San Francisco’s third annual FOG Design+Art Fair will open to the public January 14–17 at the Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion.

This unique event converts San Francisco into the epicenter of art and design, celebrating modern art, architecture, technology and design, with dynamic exhibits, custom installations, pop-up galleries, as well as presentations and discussions by leaders in the field.

The FOG Design+Art benefits the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) and will feature over 40 prominent 20th century and contemporary art and design dealers from the Bay Area and beyond.

A diverse array of artists, designers and dealers will participate in the fair’s dynamic schedule of special preview events, panel discussions, conversations and performances. See below for the complete lineup of activities. Check out the event’s website for more details.

Beth Katleman, "Folly", USA, 2015 (seated in front of Folly is the artist making it)  from Todd Merrill Studio

Beth Katleman, “Folly”, USA, 2015 (seated in front of Folly is the artist making it) from Todd Merrill Studio

Preview Gala on Wednesday, January 13 from 5–10pm

Benefiting SFMOMA, the special Preview Gala gives art and design patrons the opportunity to peruse exhibits prior to the fair’s public opening. Design-industry leaders, SFMOMA patrons and supporters, VIP guests and top-level sponsors will enjoy an evening of culinary creations and signature cocktails. All proceeds will support SFMOMA’s innovative exhibitions and education programs.

FOG Design+Art fair on Thursday, January 14 from 11am–6pm
Open to the public.

Innovators Lunch on Thursday, January 14 from 12– 2pm
Honoring Instagram founders Mike Krieger and Kevin Systrom with special guest noted design writer and sociologist Sarah Thornton.

ArtBites Breakfast and Panel Discussion on Friday, January 15 from 9–11am
Presented by SFMOMA’s Modern Art Council

FOG Design+Art fair on Saturday, January 16 from 11am–7pm
Open to the public.

FOG Design+Art fair on Sunday, January 17 from 11am–5pm
Open to the public.

Pop-Up Dining by Cotogna and Jane
FOG Design+Art also will showcase San Francisco’s world-famous cuisine. Returning this year are award-winning chefs Michael and Lindsay Tusk, owners of Cotogna and Quince, who will create a sit-down restaurant specially conceived for the fair. In addition, Jane returns to FOG, featuring house-made baked goods, organic salads, soups and tasty sandwiches. Beverage options include Stumptown Coffee, Red Blossom Tea, local wines and Jane’s famous juices.

Corporate sponsors of FOG Design+Art:
Neiman Marcus Union Square and Christie’s; media sponsors ABC7, C Magazine, Cultured, Dwell, KCRW, San Francisco magazine and daily news media sponsors San Francisco Chronicle and SFGATE; exclusive online partner Artsy; and official transportation partner UBER.

Barnaby Barford from the David Gill Gallery

Barnaby Barford from the David Gill Gallery