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FOG Fair | San Francisco

2023thu19jan11:00 amthu7:00 pm11:00 am - 7:00 pm FOG Fair | San Francisco


Celebrating today’s most significant creatives, designers and visual artists, by assembling 45 leading international galleries and prominent 20th-century dealers for a weekend of exciting programs.


Jan 19-21st (Thur/Fri/Sat) 11:00 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Jan 22 Sun 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

FOG, a focal point for West Coast design and a uniquely pioneering spirit and presentation of art and design. Dynamic programming on-site with community-led missions championing art and design.

FOG provides crucial support of SFMOMA’s exhibitions and education programs and a place for critical dialogue for creative pursuits.

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2023 Programming

Thursday, January 19

12:00: Material Matters: Designers Yves Béhar, Fernando Laposse and Ivy Ross in Conversation

Yves Béhar, Designer and CEO Fuseproject
Fernando Laposse, Designer
Ivy Ross, Vice President, Design for Hardware Products at Google
Moderated by Jennifer Dunlop Fletcher, Helen Hilton Raiser Curator of Architecture and Design, SFMOMA
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2:00: Climate Leadership and the Arts: Creative Solutions, Collaborative Thinking, and Meaningful Change

Todd Hosfelt, gallerist
Claudia Schmuckli, Curator-in-Charge Contemporary Art and Programming, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
Moderated by Jodi Roberts, Art Historian, Curator, and Co-founder and Managing Director at Art + Climate Action
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5:00: The Contemporary Conversation: Museum Directors Talk about Making Museums Matter More for Today…and Tomorrow

Presented by UOVO
Christopher Bedford, Helen and Charles Schwab Director, SFMOMA
Lori Fogarty, Director and CEO, Oakland Museum of California
Ali Gass, Krieger Family Director, Institute of Contemporary Art San Francisco
Veronica Roberts, John and Jill Freidenrich Director, Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University
Monetta White, Executive Director, Museum of the African Diaspora
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Friday, January 20

1:00: The Radical, Queer Beauty of Machine Dazzle

Machine Dazzle, Artist
In conversation with Tony Bravo, Arts and Culture Columnist, the San Francisco Chronicle
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3:00: Joan Brown: Personal Histories and Curiosities

George Adams, Gallerist
Jeff Gunderson, Librarian & Archivist, San Francisco Art Institute
Nancy Lim, Associate Curator, Painting and Sculpture, SFMOMA
Phil Linhares, Curator
Moderated by Janet Bishop, Thomas Weisel Family Chief Curator, and Curator of Painting and Sculpture, SFMOMA
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5:00: The Future of Creativity and Generative AI

Larry Ossei-Mensah, Curator and Co-Founder of ARTNOIR 
Trevor Paglen, Artist
Moderated by Kate Crawford, professor, researcher, and author of award-winning book, Atlas of AI
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Saturday, January 21

12:15: Hopper: An American Love Story

Presented by Christie’s
Eric Widing, Deputy Chairman, American Art, Christie’s
Cynthia Weber Cascio, Executive Producer of Hopper: An American Love Story
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3:00: Slanguage: The Art and Language of Hip Hop

Troy Lamarr Chew II, artist
Sickamore, artist and Senior Vice President of A&R and Creative Director at Interscope Records
Moderated by Dr. Andreana Clay, PhD, Professor and Chair Department of Sociology and Sexuality Studies, San Francisco State University
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5:00: Artists Can’t Have Chicken Fingers: Mike Henderson in Conversation

Mike Henderson, Artist
In conversation with Andy Battaglia, Executive Editor, Art in American & ARTnews
Performance by Cabin Fever with John Rogstad, Jon Otis, and Mike Henderson
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Sunday, January 22

12:30: Bay Area Artists: Ana Teresa Fernández and Sadie Barnette in conversation with Natasha Boas

Sadie Barnette, artist
Ana Teresa Fernández, artist
Moderated by Dr. Natasha Boas, writer and curator
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2:00: Generative Art and the Future of NFTs

Stefano Contiero, Artist
Susannah Maybank, Co-Founder & CEO of
Moderated by Mariam Naficy, collector, founder of Minted and Heretic Ventures
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R & Company

For over 20 years, R & Company has championed collectible design, advancing the contemporary marketplace and actively growing a global collector base and clientele. Its founders, Zesty Meyers and Evan Snyderman, are widely recognized for identifying rising talent, deepening scholarship about collectible design, and developing new avenues for growth in the industry. R & Company is committed to nurturing and sustaining the markets and careers of both emerging and established designers, as well as to maintaining and expanding commercial and academic interest in historic design. Its roster features a wide range of designers from around the globe, including Wendell Castle, Sebastian Errazuriz, Rogan Gregory, the Estate of Greta Grossman, Serban Ionescu, Hun-Chung Lee, Joyce Lin, Jolie Ngo, Katie Stout, Johnny Swing, Studio Job, Joaquim Tenreiro, and Jeff Zimmerman, among others. Through its acclaimed exhibitions, publications, and fair presentations, the gallery has become a sought-after leader in the field, fostering relationships with an array of collectors, cultural leaders, dedicated patrons, and scholars.

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Luhring Augustine Gallery

1 646-960-7540 17 White St, New York, NY 10013

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