At Untitled, Art, Los Angeles gallery Garis & Hahn is showing works by Karen Margolis, whose watercolor and gouache works signify emotional states; “Expulsion (blue),” a 2017 work, is pictured. (Courtesy Garis & Hahn)

Untitled, Art gathers exhibitors from across the world

Untitled, Art, another haven for fine art and design lovers, is in San Francisco this weekend.

About a mile and a half down the road from Fog Art+Design at Fort Mason is the third edition of the fair, which features 55 exhibitors from 10 countries.

Moving from its previous location at the Palace of Fine Arts, the curated fair takes place at Pier 35 on Jan. 18-20, with a VIP preview on Jan. 17.

Pointing to how “the Bay Area has secured its position as a cultural destination and has garnered increasing interest in its market,” organizers of Untitled — which began in 2012 and also presents a Miami Beach show — say the event “focuses on balance and integrity across all disciplines of contemporary art.”

Emerging and established galleries across the world — with sellers and collectors from Barcelona, Florence, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Mexico City, Montreal, New York, Paris, San Francisco, Seattle, Taipei, Toronto, Turku, Valencia and Warsaw — are represented.

In addition to exhibition booths, the fair offers a live broadcast of programs developed by Amanda Schmitt in partnership with the San Francisco Art Institute’s Art & Technology department and radio station; a new section of artists books, publications and limited editions curated by Juana Berrío; and a new ambassador committee consisting of more than 50 collectors, museum directors, curators, advisors and other local leaders.

IF YOU GO
Untitled, Art
Where: Pier 35, 1454 The Embarcadero, S.F.
When: Noon to 8 p.m. Jan. 18, noon to 6 p.m. Jan. 19-20
Admission: $25 to $35
Contact: https://untitledartfairs.com/
Note: For VIP entry on Jan. 17, visit untitledartfairs.com/san-francisco/vip-registration

Just Posted

Family and friends raising money for injured skateboard entrepreneur

Tomoko Oikawa injured in annual Dolores Park Hill Bomb

Lyft rolls out new rental bikes

San Francisco welcomed 2,400 electric-assist rental bikes on its streets Friday morning… Continue reading

Navigation Center opponents’ lawsuit sent back to SF

Judge declines to issue immediate injunction stopping construction of Embarcadero shelter

Judge quashes warrant to search SF journalist’s phone records

Police raids on the home and office of freelancer Bryan Carmody drew national attention

Most Read