For all the havoc Superstorm Sandy wreaked, many of us don’t realize how badly she hurt the art world. Galleries and studios in Chelsea, lower Manhattan and Brooklyn were deluged and artworks severely damaged, and to honor the restoration of these spaces and the work within them—as well as our city-wide recovery—The Brooklyn Rail has curated a massive group show that opens Sunday called “Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Year 1.” Housed in Industry City in Sunset Park, it includes over 300 artists, both big name and up-and-coming, roughly half of whom suffered storm damage. It runs for two months, but on Sunday you’ll get to take in food trucks and site-specific works such as Josiah McElheny’s “Walking Mirrors,” in which dancers dressed in box-like, mirror-clad sculptures will follow the artist blindly through the exhibition as visitors view themselves in them. Sunday is also the second day of the inaugural Factory Floor furniture show that we previewed here, so you can also admire the functional art of local designers. If there was ever a day to take a Sunset Park field trip (or make all your friends come to you for a change), this is it.