Artists remember Superstorm Sandy in exhibit 'Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Year 1'

New York City's artistic community is coming together to mark the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy. More than 300 artists contributed to a special art exhibit

The exhibit starts Sunday in Industry City and will remain open for the next two months.

The exhibit starts Sunday in Industry City and will remain open for the next two months. (10/18/13)

BROOKLYN - New York City's artistic community is coming together to mark the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy.

More than 300 artists contributed to a special art exhibit in Brooklyn called "Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Year 1,” which represents the struggles they overcame during last year's storm.

Most of the contributors lost a significant amount of artwork, but say they're not dwelling on what happened and are instead looking to the future.

The exhibit starts Sunday in Industry City and will remain open for the next two months.
 

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