Modern Eden Gallery Presents ‘Infinite Horizons’ Group Exhibition

Cassiopeia, Orion, Perseus, Andromeda… destiny is written in the stars. Modern Eden Gallery shares with us a beautiful collection of work that let’s the dreamer within explore these ancient constellations.

Dear stargazers, what shapes are floating in the skyscapes above… what mysteries are woven through our magical night skies? For centuries, celestial patterns have danced overhead, guiding us and symbolizing a phenomena that is as unique as we are. So look to the sky with limitless possibility and join Modern Eden Gallery this weekend as they celebrate Infinite Horizons, a new group exhibition that searches the beyond for something else in the quest for something more.

Featuring new work from Juliet Schreckinger, Alexandra Verhoven, Deirdre Sullivan-Beeman, Catherine Moore, Daniel J Valadez, Shannon Taylor, Genevive Zacconi, Mary Syring, Martin Hsu, Jay Riggio, Konan Lim, Ania Tomicka, Andi Soto, Heidi Taillefer, John Walker, Zoe Keller, Angelique Benicio, Stephanie Jucker, Sybiline, Colete Martin, Hallie Packard, E. E. Kono, Aunia Kahn, Lacey Bryant, Amy Guidry, Morgan Booth, Daria Theodora, Adam Caldwell, Lauren Saxton, Ransom & Mitchell, Jason Mitchell, Linda Larson, Erica Calardo, Gabriela Sincich, Adam Augustyn, Kikyz1313, Ryan Martin, Jeannie L. Paske, Joshua Coffy, Sandra Yagi, Jasmine Worth, Pony Ma, Calamity Cole, Philip Bosmans, Henry Schreiber, Terry Ribera, Daryll Peirce, and Andrea Sipl. 

View past and present exhibitions in their entirety and take a stroll through all available inventory by visiting Modern Eden Gallery’s website.

Alexandra Verhoven

Press Release //

Modern Eden proudly presents a group exhibition inspired by constellations entitled Infinite Horizons. These enduring patterns in the night sky have inspired creativity since humans first began mapping the procession of the equinoxes. We personified, or anthropomorphized certain of these patterns and rendered them the power and influence of gods. Each of the constellations and planets represent certain archetypes and hang in the sky like a tapestry of symbolism, waypoints on our search for meaning. For this exhibition we will present exceptional works inspired by star patterns, planetary bodies, and the monumental myths that inhabit the night sky.

Infinite Horizons Group Exhibition

Opening Reception: Saturday, May 13, 2023 | 6–9 pm

Exhibition Dates: May 13 – June 1, 2023

Modern Eden Gallery

1100 Sutter Street | San Francisco, CA 94109

For press inquiries or sales, please contact Modern Eden Gallery Director Kim Larson at kim@moderneden.com | General Information, please email info@moderneden.com

Phone: (415) 956-3303 

Wednesday–Saturday, 12–5 pm

Private artwork viewing appointments are available

Hallie Packard

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