Upcoming San Francisco Gallery Openings Calendar >>
PHOTOFAIRS SF - SF ARTS COMMISSION - SOMARTS
How to buy art on Instagram and Facebook. Click Here.
Photofairs San Francisco: International Art Fair Dedicated to Photography
Exhibiting Galleries: andriesse eyck galerie (Amsterdam), Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery (New York), CAMERA WORK (Berlin), Casemore Kirkeby (San Francisco), CHOI & LAGER Gallery (Cologne & Seoul), Danziger Gallery (New York), De Soto Gallery (Venice Beach), Division Gallery (Montreal & Toronto), Edwynn Houk Gallery (New York & Zurich), EUQINOMprojects (San Francisco), Fahey/Klein Gallery (Los Angeles), Flowers Gallery (London & New York), Galerie DUMONTEIL (Paris, Shanghai & New York), Galerie & Edition Stephan Witschi (Zurich), In The Gallery (Copenhagen), Klowden Mann (Los Angeles), M97 Gallery (Shanghai), Magnum Photos (London, Paris & New York), Mohsen Gallery (Tehran), Peter Fetterman (Santa Monica), Photo12 Galerie (Santa Monica & Paris), Ratio 3 (San Francisco), Robert Koch Gallery (San Francisco), Robert Mann Gallery (New York), Rubber Factory (New York), The Little Black Gallery (London), Themes+Projects (San Francisco), Three Shadows +3 Gallery (Beijing & Xiamen), Tristan Hoare (London), Vanguard Gallery (Shanghai), Upfor (Portland).
Comment by AB: So Far, this has been San Francisco's best art fair year ever, and here comes yet another exemplary addition to the calendar. A roster of top photography galleries from around the world has travelled to our rain-drenched soggy-town to show an impressive range of work by noted international photographers. See everything from traditional to cutting-edge works. Outstanding all the way. Hopefully we'll be seeing the Photofairs return engagement next year... and the year after that... and so on and so forth ad infinitum. Loved it.
Big photography by Nick Brandt at Fahey/Klein Gallery, Photofairs SF.
Backlit cloudscapes at CHOI & LAGER & Division Gallery.
Blackboard photographs by Alejandro Guijarro at Tristan Hoare (like 'em).
Meghann Riepenhoff photograph at EUQINOMprojects.
John Chiara & his photography (from a private collection) at Photofairs SF.
Kicky domicile photographs by Jeff Brouws at Robert Koch Gallery.
Photographs by Matt Lipps at Jessica Silverman Gallery.
RFK Funeral Train photos by Paul Fusco at Danzinger Gallery.
Impressive photo constructions by Wang Ningde at M97 Gallery (like 'em).
Photo constructions in above image from the side.
Tranquil shoreline photograph by Mehrdad Afsari at Mohsen Gallery, Tehran.
Opulent interiors - photography by Ahmet Ertug at Elipsis Projects.
Collaboration by Kate Stone & Hannah Schneider at Rubber Factory.
Yuki Onodura photographs at Vanguard Gallery.
San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery: Jim Marshall's 1967
Comment by AB: Trip on back to 1967 San Francisco, the heyday of the Haight Ashbury Hippie Era, through the camera lens of famed rock & roll photographer Jim Marshall. A successful commercial photographer once told me that Marshall always venerated his subjects, portraying them at their absolute best. Indeed he did. Definitely worth seeing.
Jimi Hendrix and Buddy Miles - photograph by Jim Marshall at SFAC.
Freewheelin Frank, SF Hells Angels secretary by Jim Marshall.
Jim Marshall photograph by Alton Kelley, famed poster artist.
George Hunter of The Charlatans - Jim Marshall photograph.
Haight/Ashbury and star of the original photo by Jim Marshall.
L-R, The Grateful Dead & Pigpen of The Dead - Jim Marshall photo.
Long view - Jim Marshall photography retrospective at SF Arts Commission.
SOMArts Gallery: We're Still Working - The Art of Sex Work
Artists: Aida Lizalde in collaboration with Julius Caesar, Alli Logout, Ana Quintanilla in collaboration with Sthefany Galante Bautista & Lluvia Chávez, Arabelle Raphael, Brothel Girl, Chucha Marquez in collaboration with youth from LYRIC LGBTQ Center, Emmet Logan in collaboration with Kalash Ka, Grace Mendenhall in collaboration with Juliette Stray, Jacq the Stripper, Joseph Liatela, Katherine O'Toole, Lake Anderson, Laurenn McCubbin, Lyric Seal aka Neve Be, Pluma Sumaq, Rae Threat, Shae Rayder Walsh.
Comment by AB: Group show of, by and for sex workers. Check it out.
Sex worker portrait photographs by Rae Threat at SOMArts Gallery.
Photographs in above image closer.
Silicone oddities by Laurenn McCubbin.
Video by Aida Lizalde in collaboration with Julius Caesar.
Arabelle Raphael photography.
Playing field - group show of, by & for sex workers at SOMArts Gallery.