Hearts in San Francisco

Hearts in San Francisco Charity Auction in aid of the San Francisco
General Hospital Foundation takes place on 11 November 2004.

Pictured right: Squeak Carnwath,
Untitled, Estimate: $7,000-9,000
©Bill Zemanek Photography, 2004

Hearts in San Francisco has been a sponsor-supported series
of installations of heart sculptures in the Bay Area started
in February 2004.

100 heart sculptures by recognized and emerging artists appeared
on sidewalks, plazas, parks, and street corners to celebrate
the wide acceptance, tolerance and open-heartedness of the city.

Pictured left: Roy de Forest,
Wolf Heart, Estimate: $7,000-9,000
© Bill Zemanek Photography, 2004

This unique combination of fund-raising, compassionate community
involvement and positive nurturing of artistic expression culminates
at a charity auction of a selection of hearts to benefit the
San Francisco General Hospital Medical Center. To learn more,
visit www.sfghf.net.

Please visit www.heartsinsf.com
for further information about the auction catalogue and absentee
bidding, or to read more about Hearts in San Francisco.

For more information visit the Christie’s
web site.


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