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The San Francisco Fine Art Fair

Following a near decade long hiatus, the San Francisco Fine Art Fair returned to The City by the Bay for a weekend long exhibition and celebration of art. Hi Fructose swung by to check out booths by our friends over at Carmichael Gallery (pictured above), Guerrero Gallery, and LeBasse Projects, just to name a few. The SFMOMA had a nice pop-up show adjoining the fair with some works by Don Ed Hardy, and scattered throughout the main pavilion we spotted some nice pieces by Clare Rojas, Al Farrow, Aron Wiesenfeld (HF Vol. 14), and many more. Check out our full recap of the event here.

Following a near decade long hiatus, the San Francisco Fine Art Fair returned to The City by the Bay for a weekend long exhibition and celebration of art. Hi Fructose swung by to check out booths by our friends over at Carmichael Gallery (pictured above), Guerrero Gallery, and LeBasse Projects, just to name a few. The SFMOMA had a nice pop-up show adjoining the fair with some works by Don Ed Hardy, and scattered throughout the main pavilion we spotted some nice pieces by Clare Rojas, Al Farrow, Aron Wiesenfeld (HF Vol. 14), KAWS, and many more. Check out our full recap of the event below.

Don Ed Hardy – SFMOMA pop-up gallery

Don Ed Hardy – detail

Clare Rojas – Gallery Paul Anglim

Clare Rojas – Gallery Paul Anglim

Lizabeth Eva Rossof – Charlie James Gallery

Lizabeth Eve Rossof – detail

Laura Ball – Swarm Gallery

KAWS – LeBasse Projects

KAWS – detail

Herakut – LeBasse Projects

Melissa Haslam – LeBasse Projects

Aron Wiesenfeld – Arcadia Gallery

Aron Wisenfeld – detail

Al Farrow – Catharine Clark Gallery

Al Farrow – detail

Al Farrow – detail

Sean Cheetham – “Natalia (Fabia) and Talouse”

Ryan Wallace – Guerrero Gallery

Hilary Pecis – Guerrero Gallery

Ted Vasin – Gallery Bergelli

Hush – Carmichael Gallery

Hush – detail

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