FOG Design+Art 2017 Heralds Marquee Year for Pioneering Fair

FOG Fair
(FOG Fair)

FOG Design+Art returns for its fourth edition in 2017 from January 12–15 at San Francisco’s historic Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture with a lineup of 45 leading international art and design galleries from around the world.

The 2017 edition of the fair will launch on January 11 with a Preview Gala benefitting the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), with the funds raised providing vital support to the museum’s exhibitions and education programs.

New participants in 2017 include Almond & Co., Casati Gallery, Chamber, Dominique Lévy Gallery, Gagosian Gallery, Gavin Brown's enterprise, Lorenz Baumer, James Cohan, kurimanzutto, Paula Cooper Gallery, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery and Volume Gallery.

Continuing its mission to celebrate today’s most significant creatives and leading contributors to the worlds of design and visual arts, FOG will again present an impressive program of events, lectures, panel discussions, and screenings in 2017.

Highlights of the program include the unveiling of the 21POP installation by Stanlee Gatti, the Innovators Luncheon with David Adjaye, the eBay Collective Happy Hour, as well as seminars featuring Sterling Ruby, Tomás Saraceno, Susan Kare, and Niki Haas, to name a few.

Douglas Durkin, member of the fair’s Steering Committee and chair of FOG Forum, a professional support group of top Bay Area designers, said that FOG has become a focal point for the art and design communities on the West Coast and beyond.

“The fair is synonymous with a unique pioneering spirit due to its bold hybrid approach and intimate presentation of art and design, dynamic on-site programming and its community led mission to champion art and design in the historic Fort Mason setting,” he said.

“2017 represents a marquee year as San Francisco continues to demonstrate its firm commitment to artistic and innovative pursuits, in all their forms, with the completion and arrival of several significant arts developments and organizations.”


Almond & Co.
Altman Siegel Gallery
Anthony Meier Fine Arts
Berggruen Gallery
Blum & Poe
Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Casati Gallery
Cristina Grajales Gallery
Crown Point Press
David Gill Gallery
David Zwirner
Demisch Danant
Edward Cella Art+Architecture
Fraenkel Gallery
Friedman Benda
Gagosian Gallery
Gavin Brown’s enterprise
Gladstone Gallery
Haines Gallery
Hosfelt Gallery
Hostler Burrows
James Cohan
Jason Jacques Gallery
Jessica Silverman Gallery
Lebreton Gallery
Lévy Gorvy
Lorenz Bäumer Paris
Magen H Gallery
Marian Goodman Gallery
Matthew Marks Gallery
Obsolete / SLETE Gallery
Patrick Parrish Gallery
Paula Cooper Gallery
R & Company
Ratio 3
Reform Gallery / The Landing
Salon 94
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery
Volume Gallery
Wexler Gallery
Yossi Milo Gallery