FOG Design+Art Fair is back for its 9th rendition at Fort Mason Center from January 19-22. Visitors can explore 45 stunning booths from 48 international galleries focusing on innovation in art and design.
The fair will showcase work from local creators here in San Francisco as well as international guests from Milan, Mexico City, and London. Participating local galleries include Altman Siegel, Casemore Gallery, Crown Point Press, Haines Gallery, Jessica Silverman, and Miki Meng.
This year also brings the return of FOG Talks, where you can learn about the challenges and innovations of art, design, and technology in a contemporary world. Some interesting topics include the future of museums, climate leadership, AI, and NFTs. Admission to FOG Talks is included in your ticket.
“We are excited to present the 2023 edition of the fair, bringing together a suite of returning favorites and first-time exhibitors from around the world,” said FOG Fair committee member Douglas Durkin. “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 Fair began in 2014 as a place to host the international art and design world in San Francisco. Since then it’s grown every year thanks to a committed group of San Franciscans who continue to push boundaries in SF’s creative communities.
You can still grab tickets to the FOG Design+Art Fair for $35. The fair will take place from 11am-7pm on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday (Jan 19-21), and 11am-5pm on Sunday (Jan. 22).
About Fort Mason Center
Fort Mason Center For Arts & Culture pushes the envelope with rotating art exhibitions, theater and dance performances, movie nights, and educational and cultural classes at its waterside campus. The center also hosts two dozen nonprofit organizations and supports them with annual grants, so as to continue producing the compelling, innovative works that the center has come to be known for.