Key Galleries Announced for 2018 PHOTOFAIRS | San Francisco
The 2018 edition of PHOTOFAIRS | San Francisco will feature the debut of a roster of globally significant galleries including: Galerie Suzanne Tarasieve (Paris), Les Filles du Calvaire (Paris), Parrotta (Cologne), Rademakers Gallery (Amsterdam), SAGE (Paris) and Tang Feng Gallery (Miaoli City).
PHOTOFAIRS is committed to presenting work from both the Asian and Latin American markets at its San Francisco fair. Collectors will be introduced to new artists and galleries such as ShanghART Gallery (Beijing, Shanghai & Singapore) who will debut in San Francisco with works from contemporary Chinese artists Birdhead, Chen Wei and Jiang Pengyi. Fellow Chinese artists Shen Wei (Flowers Gallery, New York & London), Luo Bonian, RongRong and Wang Wusheng (Three Shadows + 3 Gallery, Beijing & Xiamen) will also be presented.
Mexican artists Ricardo Nicolayevsky and Tania Franco-Klein will be presented for the first time in San Francisco by Almanaque (Mexico City). Collecting photography from Latin American countries will also be discussed in-depth by international curators as part of the Conversations talks program.
The 2018 public program will also include Insights, a curated exhibition of museum quality pieces available for private sale. Using the theme “The Poetry of Silence”, local West Coast artists Tammy Rae Carland, John Chiara, Erica Deeman and Klea McKenna will be presented alongside 20th century masters of the photographic medium.
PHOTOFAIRS | San Francisco is the West Coast’s only art fair dedicated to the medium of photography. Running February 23-25, 2018 at the Fort Mason Center, First Look, the Fair’s opening night on Thursday, February 22, 2018 will benefit the photography program at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Galleries confirmed to date include: acb Gallery (Budapest), Almanaque (Mexico City), CAMERA WORK (Berlin), De Soto Gallery (Los Angeles), East Wing (Doha), EUQINOMprojects (San Francisco), Flowers Gallery (New York & London), Gallery 1/1 (Seattle), In The Gallery (Copenhagen), Edwynn Houk Gallery (New York & Zurich), Robert Klein Gallery (Boston), KLV Art Projects (Vienna), Les Filles du Calvaire (Paris), PACE Gallery (New York, Palo Alto, London, Paris, Seoul & Beijing), Christine Park Gallery (London & New York), Robert Mann Gallery (New York), Parrotta (Cologne), Rademakers Gallery (Amsterdam), The Ravestijn Gallery (Amsterdam), SAGE (Paris), ShanghART Gallery (Beijing, Shanghai & Singapore), Bruce Silverstein (New York), Tang Feng Gallery (Miaoli City), Galerie Suzanne Tarasieve (Paris), Three Shadows +3 Gallery (Beijing), Upfor (Portland), Weinstein Gallery (Minneapolis); Galerie Stephan Witschi (Zurich), and Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery (New York).
A full list of galleries to be announced mid-January.
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