ArtPadSF – Part One

by Ken HarmanPosted on

Edward Walton Wilcox at LaunchLA

With the SF International Fine Art Fair now over, Hi-Fructose is now kicking back into full gear following a long weekend of art, parties and general art fair debauchery. Following last year’s main fair at Fort Mason (see our coverage here), San Francisco stepped it up a notch with the introduction of two satellite fairs this year, ArtPadSF and ArtMrkt. Relegating more of the old guard galleries to the main fair, these two satellites provided the more new-contemporary and intriguing venues for this year’s attendees.

With a stellar lineup including many of our favorite SF based galleries such as White Walls, Guerrero Gallery, Park Life, 111 Minna, Ever Gold, Johansson Projects, SWARM, Anno Domini and Spoke Art, ArtPadSF kicked off to a great first year in the trendy Phoenix Hotel. Our review of ArtMrkt will be following tomorrow, but for today we’d like to begin the first part of our extensive ArtPadSF coverage.

The Phoenix Hotel

seen at Mina Dresden


Kofie One at White Walls

seen at Modernism

Kilgallen seen at Park Life

some great etchings at Robert Berman

Alexis McKenzie at SWARM

Erin Riley at Guerrero Gallery

seen at Johansson Projects

Eddie Colla and D Young V

great work by Derek Weisberg (foreground) at Anno Domini’s room

Casey Weldon at Spoke Art

Andrew Schoultz at Marx and Zavattero

Andrew Schoultz detail

Travis Louie at LaunchLA

Some great work over at 111 Minna Gallery

seen at Ever Gold

older Shepard Fairey work at White Walls

stay tuned for our photo review of ArtMrkt and part two of ArtPadSf tomorrow!

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