Supporting the 2017 FOG Design+Art Fair

FOG Design+Art Fair 2017

FOG Design+Art Fair has long been our go-to local design event, and this year we were proud to be FOG FORUM members benefitting SFMOMA’s Department of Architecture and Design.

The city’s premier modernism fair took place January 12-15, 2017 to celebrate today’s leading contributors to the worlds of design and visual arts. Forty five leading international galleries, prominent 20th-century and contemporary art dealers, and a special installation created by Stanlee Gatti filled the Fort Mason Center for an immersive design experience.

Our Director of Special Projects, Nancy Madynski, ran into some of our favorite industry professionals at the preview gala: Sara Hobstetter of Hobstetter Architecture Studio, Ian Stallings, Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello of Emerging Objects, Hilary Sessions of Quarry Hill Consulting, Marysia Rybock and Janine Aurichio from Scavullo Design and more. Here are a few moments from the evening.

Sara Hobstetter and Nancy Madynski with Bethany Mann masks

Sara Hobstetter and Nancy with Bethany Carlson Mann‘s fabulous masks

Nancy Madynski and Ian Stallings FOG Art Fair

Nancy and Ian Stallings

Virgina San Fratello of Emerging Objects

Virgina San Fratello of Emerging Objects flaunts 3D printed rings

Dandelion Light Fixture FOG Art Fair 2017

Our favorite piece: Studio Drift by Carpenters Workshop Gallery

Sarah Hobstetter with Nancy Madynski and Hillary Sessions

Sarah Hobstetter,  Nancy and Hilary Sessions with Stanlee R. Gatti installation (the heart honors Cathy Topham, a FOG steering committee member affected by a serious illness)

Nancy Madynski Jeff King Company

Another stellar piece from Altman Siegel Gallery

Which artists and designers stood out to you at the 2017 FOG Design+Art Fair? Tell us in the comments.