Art Market San Francisco, the Bay Area's leading modern and contemporary art fair, returns to Fort Mason's Festival Pavilion from April 27 - May 1, 2016. Art Market San Francisco welcomed a record-breaking 25,000 visitors in 2015 . The fair's sixth edition will build on this incredible momentum, welcoming important collectors and curators with unique and unexpected installations, presentations of the best in modern and contemporary art by seventy-five top galleries, and a highly-anticipated program of talks, tours, and special projects.
Pace Art + Technology joins Art Market San Francisco's sixth edition to present new work by teamLab, highlighting the innovative new gallery's current exhibition of teamLab's immersive, large-scale environments. Joining Pace Art + Technology this spring are vibrant local galleries, all returning Art Market San Francisco participants, including Catharine Clark Gallery, Rena Bransten Projects, Ever Gold Gallery, Johansson Projects, Jenkins Johnson Gallery, and Romer Young G allery as well as ground-breaking contemporary galleries from across the country including Chandran Gallery, Hashimoto Contemporary, PDX CONTEMPORARY ART, JONATHAN FERRARA GALLERY, and New Image Art. The historically accented Brian Gross Fine Art, Paul Thiebaud Gallery, and ADLER&Co. also return to the fair this year to exhibit top Modernist work alongside New York City's Nancy Hoffman Gallery and Forum Gallery.
Art Market San Francisco's sixth edition features a new partnership with San Francisco boutique luxury hotel the Clift, providing fantastic accommodations for out-of-town visitors. The 2016 fair will also continue the tradition of collaboration with The Battery, the Bay Area's exclusive multi-disciplinary social club. Driven by longstanding relationships and partnerships with the Bay Area's top cultural institutions and the city's most influential companies - including Google, IDEO, and Gap Inc., Art Market San Francisco remains the Bay Area's premier fine art event.
Art Market San Francisco will open with a Benefit Preview Reception for longtime partner the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, comprising the de Young and the Legion of Honor. Hosted by Honorary Chairs Jack Calhoun and Trent Norris, this lively party will take place on Wednesday, April 27 and is open exclusively to event donors and ticket holders.