The third iteration of FOG Design+Art has returned to San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion to celebrate design, modern art, architecture and technology. The event, which runs through Sunday, is hosting screenings, exhibits, custom installations, pop-up galleries, presentations and discussions, with 40-plus dealers showcasing 20th-century and contemporary art and design.
“We are delighted to bring FOG Design+Art back for a third year,” said Douglas Durkin, FOG Forum chair and member of the FOG steering committee, which conceived and developed the fair. “Reflecting the creative energy and unique, innovative spirit of the West Coast, FOG Design+Art has become a destination event for collectors, designers, artists and anyone who appreciates innovation in design, pop culture and technology.”
Some highlights for this weekend, all happening at the FOG Theater:
1 p.m. A screening of the film Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict
3 p.m. “Developing the Confidence to Trust Your Instinct,” a discussion on collecting, featuring Todd Hosfelt of Hosfelt Gallery and writer and record producer David Breskin
1 p.m. A presentation on “The Changing Face of San Francisco’s Art Scene”