For the fair’s fifth edition, an international lineup of designers, artists, and 45 prominent galleries participate in an array of events, from a special installation by designer Stanlee Gatti to an Innovator’s Luncheon in honor of chef Alice Waters. Find more program highlights listed below.
At this discussion on gender imbalance in the art industry, panelists including Anne Ellegood, the Hammer Museum’s senior curator, and Lucia Sanroman, the Yerba Buena Center’s director of visual arts, examine ways to build representation and markets for female artists.
The fair’s conversation series spotlights the Bay Area’s cultural dynamism in its talks with San Francisco–based artist Jim Campbell, photographer Ryan McGinley, and artist and filmmaker Lynn Hershman Leeson.
Aldo Cibic “(in)complete—an enquiry into life and design”
This interactive presentation by the noted Italian designer, architect, and ecologist will touch on the culture of technology and design while tackling some of the biggest challenges that designers face today.
Eames: The Architect and the Painter
A special screening of this 2011 documentary, on the collaborative partnership and relationship between Ray and Charles Eames, is followed by a panel discussion.
Mark Hagen, “To Be Titled (Additive and Subtractive Sculpture, Titanium Screen #3), Panels 3A, 3B, 3C, 3D, 3E” (2015).
Image: courtesy Anthony Meier Fine Arts