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Courtesy of Nathalie Karg.
JESSE MOCKRIN
Between desire and dread
2019
Courtesy of the artist and Nathalie Karg Gallery
DORIAN GAUDIN
I am a Pole Dancer
2019
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FORREST KIRK
Rise & Revolt
2018
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NATHLIE PROVOSTY
Therefor
2018
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JESSE MOCKRIN
Between desire and dread
2019
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Nathalie Karg’s First Time at FOG

By whitewall

January 16, 2020

FOG Design + Art opens today in San Francisco. Of the 48 galleries participating, there are several first-timers, including Nathalie Karg Gallery of New York.

Whitewaller caught up with Karg just before the fair to learn what she’s planning on presenting this week, and what else is on her radar in San Francisco at the moment.

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Courtesy of Nathalie Karg.

WHITEWALLER: This is your first time participating in FOG. Can you tell us about your interest in being part of the fair?

NATHALIE KARG: I always thought that FOG is a very special fair in its size and quality of exhibitors. We work with a number of San Francisco-based collectors, so we thought it would be a good opportunity to participate in FOG.

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JESSE MOCKRIN
Between desire and dread
2019
Courtesy of the artist and Nathalie Karg Gallery

WW: Can you tell us about what you’ll be presenting at the fair?

NK: We will present all new work by Jesse Mockrin, Nathlie Provosty (whose work has been acquired by SFMOMA in 2018), Dorian Gaudin, Forrest Kirk, and a special bench by Jim Drain.

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DORIAN GAUDIN
I am a Pole Dancer
2019
Courtesy of the artist and Nathalie Karg Gallery

WW: How does FOG’s presentation of both art and design play into your consideration of what works and artists you’ll present?

NK: We tried to combine both and will bring a round bench made for FOG by Jim Drain who will also have an exhibition at di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art in February/March 2020. We will additionally bring a table we designed in 2008 with Mary Heilmann.

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FORREST KIRK
Rise & Revolt
2018
Courtesy of the artist and Nathalie Karg Gallery

WW: Outside of the fair, what are you looking forward to doing and seeing in San Francisco this week?

NK: Unfortunately, we will not have time to go to Napa Valley or Sonoma, but we are looking forward to visit SFMOMA, the Wattis Institute, a few galleries and eat at restaurants with delicious food, such as lunch at Chez Panisse, after a visit to Berkeley Art Museum.

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NATHLIE PROVOSTY
Therefor
2018
Courtesy of the artist and Nathalie Karg Gallery
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