Here’s the Exhibitor List for Untitled Art, San Francisco 2019 -ARTnews


Untitled Art, San Francisco.

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Untitled, Art has revealed the 55 international exhibitors that will participate in its third San Francisco edition, which is scheduled to run from January 18 to 20 of next year at Pier 35.

Galleries from 16 cities will show work at the fair. Newcomers to Untitled Art, San Francisco include Bortolami (New York), Five Car Garage (Los Angeles), Galeria Enrique Guerrero (Mexico City), Makasiini Contemporary (Turku, Finland), Poligrafa Obra Gràfica (Barcelona), Catharine Clark Gallery (San Francisco), Nunu Fine Art (Taipei), Edwynn Houk Gallery (New York), and others.

Among the returning exhibitors are David Zwirner (New York, London, and Hong Kong), Anglim Gilbert Gallery (San Francisco), Andrew Kreps (New York), Tina Kim (New York), and MKG127 (Toronto).

Manuela Mozo, executive director of Untitled, Art, said in a statement to ARTnews, “For our third edition of Untitled Art, San Francisco we continue to grow the presence of international galleries. The range of emerging to established galleries will present dynamic works that reflect global representation of the art world.”

The 2019 edition of the fair will also inaugurate the Untitled Art, San Francisco Ambassador Committee, which includes over 50 Bay Area–based curators, collectors, museum directors, advisors, and other arts professionals who played integral roles in the development of the fair. Members of the committee include Susan Sayre Batton, executive director of the San José Museum of Art; Tom DeCaigny, director of cultural affairs for the San Francisco Arts Commission; and Kim Nguyen, curator at the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, among others. The contributions by each committee member vary, with their many services to the fair having involved offering tours of institutions to VIP guests and advisement on the San Francisco market.

In a statement, Kamal Zargar, director of strategic development in San Francisco, said of the committee, “With their public support, we have become a fair that welcomes San Francisco’s diverse audiences and one that has partnerships across the city—from large world-class museums to smaller local non-profits.”

The list of exhibitors follows in full below.

500 Capp Street Foundation (San Francisco)
Anglim Gilbert Gallery (San Francisco)
Artadia (New York)
Baert Gallery (Los Angeles)
Blain|Southern (London and Berlin)
Bortolami (New York)
Chambers Fine Art (New York and Beijing)
Chinese Culture Center (New York)
Catharine Clark Gallery (San Francisco)
De Buck Gallery (New York, Antwerp, and Saint Paul de Vence)
Denny Dimin Gallery (New York)
Espacio Minimo (Madrid)
Espai Tactel (València, Spain)
Five Car Garage (Los Angeles)
For-Site (San Francisco and Nevada City)
Fort Gansevoort (New York)
Freight + Volume (New York)
Garis & Hahn (Los Angeles)
Geary (New York)
Galeria Enrique Guerrero (Mexico City)
Nancy Hoffman Gallery (New York)
Edwynn Houk Gallery (New York)
Mariane Ibrahim (Seattle)
Charlie James Gallery (Los Angeles)
Jenkins Johnson Gallery (San Francisco and New York)
Luis De Jesus (Los Angeles)
Tina Kim Gallery (New York)
Koneig & Clinton (New York)
Andrew Kreps (New York)
Lefebvre et Fils (Paris)
Makasiini Contemporary (Turku, Finland)
Marc Straus (New York)
Maybaum Gallery (San Francisco)
MKG127 (Toronto)
Charles Moffett (New York)
Moskowitz Bayse (Los Angeles)
Neumann Wolfson Art (New York)
Gallery Wendi Norris (San Francisco)
Nunu Fine Art (Taipei)
Ochi Projects (Los Angeles)
onestar / Three Star (Paris)
Christine Park Gallery (New York)
Polana Institute (Warsaw)
Polígrafa Obra Gràfica (Barcelona)
re.riddle (San Francisco)
Galerie Nicolas Robert (Montreal)
Royale Projects (Los Angeles)
Cindy Rucker Gallery (New York)
Sapar Contemporary (New York)
Eduardo Secci (Florence)
SVA Galleries (New York)
UNIX Gallery (New York)
Winston Wachter (New York)
Zevitas Marcus (Los Angeles)
David Zwirner (New York, London, and Hong Kong)





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