For its ninth edition next year, FOG Design+Art will gather 45 galleries at the Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture in San Francisco. The fair will run from January 19 to January 23, with a preview gala on January 18. That gala will benefit the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and is co-chaired by ARTnews Top 200 Collectors Komal Shah and Gaurav Garg.
The fair will include a mix of blue-chip galleries like David Zwirner, Pace Gallery, Hauser & Wirth, Marian Goodman Gallery, Gladstone Gallery, and Lehmann Maupin, alongside other leading enterprises such as James Cohan, Karma, Kurimanzutto, Matthew Marks, Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, Sprüth Magers, and Tina Kim.
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A strong showing of local galleries will also be part of this fair, with exhibitors like Jessica Silverman Gallery, Jenkins Johnson Gallery, Altman Siegel, Anthony Meier Fine Arts, Berggruen Gallery, Fraenkel Gallery, and Rebecca Camacho Presents. First-time exhibitors to the fair include L.A.’s Night Gallery, Milan’s Nilufar Gallery, and a joint booth from Marc Selwyn Fine Art of Los Angeles and Gió Marconi of Milan.
Recently, there has been chatter about the state of San Francisco’s art market, after a New York Times article, pegged to the recent closures of Gagosian and Pace’s Bay Area outposts, that characterized the city’s art market “struggle[ing] in the shadow of Los Angeles.” Both the local outfit the San Francisco Standard and the New York–based Hyperallergic published articles pushing back against the Times article’s thesis.
In a statement, Douglas Durkin, a member of FOG’s steering committee, said, “Each year our list of exhibitors somehow manages to top the year before. With carefully curated exhibitions and really thoughtful presentations of truly outstanding works for art and design, we couldn’t be more thrilled with this year’s presentation. FOG is such an important part of the cultural vitality of San Francisco, and we feel so honored to be able to bring such an outstanding fair to our city this year, and to anchor the always fantastic SF Art Week.”
The full exhibitor list follows below.
|Gallery Name||Exhibition Spaces|
|Altman Siegel||San Francisco|
|Andrew Kreps Gallery / Casemore Kirkeby||New York / San Francisco|
|Anthony Meier Fine Arts||San Francisco|
|Berggruen Gallery||San Francisco|
|Crown Point Press||San Francisco|
|David Zwirner||New York, Paris, Hong Kong, London|
|Demisch Danant||New York|
|Fergus McCaffrey||New York|
|Fraenkel Gallery||San Francisco|
|Galerie Chantal Crousel||Paris|
|Gladstone Gallery||New York, Brussels, Rome, Seoul|
|Haines Gallery||San Francisco|
|Hauser & Wirth||Los Angeles, New York, Hong Kong, Ciutadella de Menorca, Gstaad, Sankt Moritz, Zurich, London, Somerset, Monte Carlo|
|Hosfelt Gallery||San Francisco|
|Hostler Burrows||New York|
|James Cohan||New York|
|Jenkins Johnson Gallery||San Francisco, New York|
|Jessica Silverman||San Francisco|
|kurimanzutto||Mexico City, New York|
|Lehmann Maupin||New York, Seoul, London|
|Luhring Augustine||New York|
|Magen H Gallery||New York|
|Marc Selwyn Fine Art / gi
|Los Angeles / Milan|
|Marian Goodman Gallery||New York|
|Matthew Marks Gallery||New York|
|Michael Rosenfeld Gallery||New York|
|Nathalie Karg Gallery||New York|
|Night Gallery||Los Angeles|
|Pace Gallery||New York, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Seoul, Geneva, London,
East Hampton, Palm Beach
|Patrick Parrish Gallery||New York|
|R & Company||New York|
|Ratio 3 / Nonaka-Hill||San Francisco / Los Angeles|
|Rebecca Camacho Presents||San Francisco|
|Salon 94 Design||New York|
|Sarah Myerscough Gallery||London|
|Sprüth Magers||Los Angeles, New York, Hong Kong, Berlin, London|
|Talwar Gallery||New York|
|Tina Kim Gallery||New York|