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January brings a trio of art and design fairs that are well worth the drive to San Francisco.

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Agnes Baillon and Eric de Dormael’s “Pieds Reliquaire,” available through Slete Gallery at FOG.

 

The fourth annual FOG Design+Art will be open to the public Jan. 12 to 15, with a preview gala scheduled for Jan. 11. Once again, more than 40 prominent gallerists and dealers will descend on Fort Mason Festival Pavilion—among them Ratio 3, Altman Siegel and Crown Point Press. A pop-up shop devised by Stanlee R. Gatti, as well as food and beverage options from the folks behind Jane cafe and A16 restaurant, are planned, as is a panel discussion and a design/architecture forum. 

The 5-year-old Untitled, Art—which has been held in Miami—is arriving on the West Coast. The inaugural San Francisco edition is scheduled for Jan. 13 to 15 at Pier 70 in the Dogpatch neighborhood, with a VIP preview Jan. 12. In addition to curated pieces by a dynamic range of international artists, the fair’s unique setting allows for the introduction of its Monuments program: large-scale, site-specific works. A panel discussion and a film screening are also on the docket.

If photography is your thing, don’t miss PHOTOFAIRS | San Francisco, Jan. 27 to 29 at Fort Mason Festival Pavilion. This marks the first time the event will take place in the City by the Bay; until now, it has transpired in Shanghai. An assemblage of international galleries, representing emerging and established artists alike, are participating in this curated showing of vintage and contemporary works. Additionally, the programming will feature a series of talks and book signings.


Originally published in the January issue of
Silicon Valley

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