What Not to Miss at FOG Design+Art 2019

The four-day art and design fair will bring global heavy hitters to San Francisco this week. Here’s the work we think will steal the show.

January 2019

Designers, artists, collectors, dealers, and no small number of enthusiasts will descend on San Francisco for FOG Design+Art, held at the historic Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture January 17-20. Entering its sixth year, FOG has become a high point on the West-Coast cultural calendar. This year the always well-curated fair has expanded its international scope. A total of 53 galleries—a bit larger than last year’s 45—will bring 20th- and 21st-century work from global design hubs such as Mexico City, Stockholm, and Berlin.


Jason Jacques Gallery

The New York City–based purveyor of 19th- and 20th-century European ceramics presents It’s a Toy Violet Brain (2018), a unique stoneware piece by Belgian artist Anne Marie Laureys.


Thank you Ryan Waddoups for mentioning us.

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