Greg S. Flood

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Art Writing

June 28, 2013

On the final leg of my journey through artMRKT 2013, it became apparent that I had seen just about all of the best booths already. There were, however, still some that were well worth the trip.

 

Hung Liu at artMRKT San Francisco, 2013 (Image courtesy of the Nanacy Hoffman Gallery) 

 

Michael Gregory at artMRKT San Francisco, 2013 (Image courtesy of the Nanacy Hoffman Gallery) 

 

Viola Frey at artMRKT San Francisco, 2013 (Image courtesy of the Nanacy Hoffman Gallery) 

 

Wondering around the fair a bit,...

June 25, 2013

 

 

ArtMRKT 2013 had a new location, and therefore had a new experience built into it. I have never been much of a fan of the Fort Mason buildings, since their long, linear shape gives one the feeling of having to walk for an eternity to get out of the place, particularly if walking from the back of the building. Also, having been to a number of art fairs there, the organizers never seem to change the overall arrangement of the place. With three hallways running on the long axis from one end of th...

June 24, 2013

 

 Joan Brown at artMRKT 2013 (Image courtesy of Gallery Paule Anglim)

 

The 2013 Art Fair season arrived in San Francisco with about as much anticipation as the ticking of a clock. Their descent on the city marks the passing of another year and is a seasonal rite of passage. They also serve as the annual convention for the bay area art world, since it is the only time that collectors, curators, and gallerists all gather together in one place to see, be seen, check in with each other, and survey th...

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