Whitewaller is in San Francisco this week for the fairs—FOG Design+Art and Untitled Art, San Francisco. Here we bring you everything you need to know about both editions, and stay tuned on Whitewall.art for all things San Francisco: what to see and do, where to eat and stay, and more!
Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture
The sixth edition of the fair takes place January 17—20 at the Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture. This Thursday, January 16, a preview gala will take place to benefit the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
FOG Design+Art brings together 53 international galleries including Gavin Brown’s enterprise, Gagosian, David Kordansky, David Zwirner, Levy Gorvy, Jessica Silverman, James Cohan, Paula Cooper, R & Company, Pace Gallery, and more.
“The 2019 edition of the fair will reflect the tremendous growth that FOG has made over the past six years,” said steering committee member Katie Paige. “We are excited to provide space for a larger roster of galleries this year, and to have such impressive international diversity in our program. Each selected gallery takes a thoughtful approach to curating its booth, reflecting a beautiful intersection of art and design, and the unique nature of Bay Area collectors and art enthusiasts.”
The fair continues to grow with 12 impressive first-timers: Andrew Kreps Gallery, Anton Kern Gallery, Blain|Southern, Fergus McCaffrey, Galerie Perrotin, Hauser & Wirth, Karma, Modernity, neugerriemschneider, Petzel, Sarah Myerscough Gallery, and Sprüth Magers.
Untitled Art, San Francisco
This year marks the third edition of Untitled Art, San Francisco, taking place January 18-20 at Pier 35. The fair will host 55 galleries from 16 international cities.
Highlights from returning galleries include works by Roe Ethridge at Andrew Kreps, Lee Ufan at Tina Kim, Philip-Lorca diCorcia at David Zwirner, and Erik Olson at Luis De Jesus.
First time participants include Bortolami, Catherine Clark Gallery, Five Car Garage, Nunu Fine Arts, Galeria Enrique Guerrero, and Edwynn Houk Gallery.
The fair will also include presentations from Garis & Hahn, David Zwirner, Freight + Volume, Fort Gansevoort, Marc Straus, Eduardo Secci, as well as non-profits and cultural institutions like 500 Capp Street Foundation, Artadia, Chinese Culture Center, and For-Site.