FOG Design+Art San Francisco celebrates creativity and also the representatives of design and visual arts. The fair features 48 international galleries, leading distributors from the 20th century and contemporary style; one weekend filled with programs and 21POP, a special installation created by the event organizer Stanlee Gatti.
This event has become the exhibition focus for lovers of this matter; through a pioneering spirit, it creates a hybrid between both disciplines. FOG represents a moment when the local and global communities gather to engage in a critical dialogue, whose outcome is artistic exchange. Among its activities are: lectures (Mexican architect Tatiana Bilbao is one of the speakers), discussions on technology and its immersion in the aesthetic world, and a demonstration of gastronomy as art.
When: Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason. San Francisco, California (E.U.)
Where: January 16-19, 2020
Managing Committee: Douglas Durkin, Stanlee Gatti, and Roth Martin
Galleries: Altman Siegel, San Francisco | Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York | Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco | Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco | Blum & Poe, Los Angeles | CONVERSO, Chicago | Crown Point Press, San Francisco | David Gill Gallery, London | David Zwirner, New York | Demisch Danant / Luxemburg and Dayan, New York | Fergus McCaffrey, New York | Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco | Gagosian, San Francisco | Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris | Gallery FUMI, London | Gladstone Gallery, New York | Haines Gallery, San Francisco | Hauser & Wirth, Los Angeles | Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco | Hostler Burrows, New York | James Cohan, New York | Jason Jacques Gallery, New York | Jenkins Johnson Gallery, San Francisco | Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco | KARMA, New York | Kasmin, New York | kurimanzutto, Mexico City | Lebreton, San Francisco | Lehmann Maupin, New York | Levy Gorvy, New York | Luhring Augustine, New York | Magen H Gallery, New York | Marian Goodman Gallery, New York | Matthew Marks Gallery, New York | Mercado Moderno, Río de Janeiro | Nathalie Karg Gallery, New York | Nicholas Kilner, Brooklyn | Pace Gallery, New York | Patrick Parrish Gallery, New York | Paula Cooper Gallery, New York | Perrotin, New York | R & Company, New York | Ratio 3 | Reforma de San Francisco / The Landing | Galería Los Ángeles Sarah Myerscough, London | Sprüth Magers | Galería Los Ángeles Tina Kim | Galería Volumen de New York, Chicago