events | Jan 12, 2017 |
FOG Design+Art show returns tonight
Boh staff

Kicking off today and running until January 14, FOG Design+Art returns to Fort Mason in San Francisco, with an opening preview to benefit SFMOMA. Forty-five dealers and galleries are on hand, including new-this-year names like Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, Gagosian Gallery, Lévy Gorvy Gallery, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise and James Cohan. 

FOG Design+Art show returns tonight
Salon 94's booth at a prior show; the New York–based dealer is returning this year.

“FOG has become a focal point for the design and art communities on the West Coast and beyond,” says Douglas Durkin, steering committee member and chair of FOG Forum, a professional group of Bay Area designers. “The fair is synonymous with a unique pioneering spirit due to its bold hybrid approach and intimate presentation of art and design, dynamic on-site programming, and its community-led mission to champion art and design in the historic Fort Mason setting. 2017 represents a marquee year, as San Francisco continues to demonstrate its firm commitment to artistic and innovative pursuits, in all their forms, with the completion and arrival of several significant arts developments and organizations.”

This year’s exhibitor list: 

    ▪    Almond & Co., San Francisco
    ▪    Altman Siegel Gallery, San Francisco
    ▪    Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco
    ▪    Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco
    ▪    Blum & Poe, Los Angeles
    ▪    Casati Gallery, Chicago
    ▪    Chamber, New York
    ▪    Cristina Grajales Gallery, New York
    ▪    Crown Point Press, San Francisco
    ▪    David Gill Gallery, London
    ▪    David Zwirner, New York
    ▪    Demisch Danant, New York
    ▪    Edward Cella Art+Architecture, Los Angeles
    ▪    Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco
    ▪    Friedman Benda, New York
    ▪    Gagosian Gallery, San Francisco
    ▪    ​Galerie kreo, Paris
    ▪    Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York
    ▪    Gladstone Gallery, New York
    ▪    Haines Gallery, San Francisco
    ▪    Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco
    ▪    Hostler Burrows, New York
    ▪    James Cohan, New York
    ▪    Jason Jacques Gallery, New York
    ▪    Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco
    ▪    Kurimanzutto, Mexico City
    ▪    Lebreton Gallery, San Francisco
    ▪    Lévy Gorvy Gallery, New York
    ▪    Lorenz Bäumer, Paris
    ▪    Maccarone, New York
    ▪    Magen H Gallery, New York
    ▪    Marian Goodman Gallery, New York
    ▪    Matthew Marks Gallery, New York
    ▪    Obsolete / SLETE Gallery, Los Angeles
    ▪    Pace, Palo Alto
    ▪    Patrick Parrish Gallery, New York
    ▪    Paula Cooper Gallery, New York
    ▪    R & Company, New York
    ▪    Ratio 3, San Francisco
    ▪    Reform Gallery / The Landing, Los Angeles
    ▪    Salon 94, New York
    ▪    Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York
    ▪    Volume Gallery, Chicago
    ▪    Wexler Gallery, Philadelphia
    ▪    Yossi Milo Gallery, New York

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