GO BEHIND THE SCENES AT SF FOG DESIGN + ART 2019

January 31, 2019

Chunky statement pottery, textile-like canvases, curvaceous furniture. Design that begs to be reached out and touched was all the rage at this year’s SF FOG Design + Art Fair. The takeaway? Tactility might just be the new black. 53 galleries gathered for the sixth installment FOG, including five DECASO dealers who had a pitch-perfect read on the trends of the hour. Below, go inside the fair and shop our dealers’ FOG collections right here on DECASO!

The exterior of Fog Fair at San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center.

HOSTLER BURROWS

Jasmin Anoschkin sculpture at Hostler Burrows.
Frida Fjellman installation at Hostler Burrows.

CONVERSO

Michael Graham of Converso.
A Richard Schultz prototype Topiary Bench at Converso.

LEBRETON

Michel Lucotte’s “Grande Lanterne” at Lebreton.
Jacque Quinet chairs in cherrywood, bronze, leather at Lebreton.

ALMOND & COMPANY

Emma Philippart and Michael Burg of Almond and Company.
Sofa by Kerstin Horlin Holmquist, “Spiderella” Table by Danielle Moudaber, “Nuage” Wall Shelf by Charlotte Perriand at Almond & Company.
Nanny Still Stalactites for RAAK at Almond & Company.

R & CO.

“MAD” Stool and Chairs by Pierre Yovanovitch at R & Co.
Lamp by Katie Stout at R & Co.
Ottoman by the Haas Brothers and “Marsha” Floor Lamp by Pierre Yovanovitch at R & Co.

OTHER FOG DEALERS

A delicately-detailed bench with a surrealist twist at David Gil Gallery.
Thickset sculpture with a tactile finish at Cristina Grajales Gallery.
“Back to Venice (Small Version II), 1988” by Lynn Chadwick at Blain | Southern.
Aluminum work by Lygia Clark at Luhring Augustine.
20th Century Italian design on display at Nicholas Kilner,
Francis Upritchard’s sculptures, ceramics at Anton Kern Gallery.

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All photos by Lyola Rowe.