Subtlety is a hallmark of brilliant art, whether it's the hint of a smile on the Mona Lisa or the cow on a motorcycle in the background of American Gothic. Dive into the details with this Groupon.
- 2014 San Francisco artMRKT
- When: Friday, May 16, through Sunday, May 18
- Where: Fort Mason Center – Festival Pavilion
- Door times: Friday and Saturday at 11 a.m.; Sunday at noon
- Ticket values include all fees.
- $20 for two one-day passes (up to $50 value)
- $35 for two three-day passes (up to $70 value)
2014 San Francisco artMRKT
More than 70 galleries gather works and installations at the 2014 San Francisco artMRKT to shed light on the direction of contemporary art while giving context through historically important pieces. Hailing from around the globe, these cultural bastions include Kala Gallery and Print Room from Berkeley, Tally Beck Contemporary from New York, and Zemack Contemporary Art from Tel Aviv, Israel. Guests who become smitten with a particular piece can ask gallery representatives about it, bid on it at auction, or take it out on a nice romantic dinner for two. And to prepare for the event, they can view auction pieces online and get a feel for the setup by browsing photos and videos from years past.
Market Art + Design
Market Art + Design returns for a weekend of fine art, gourmet dining, and cultural development. An exclusive fair, only 40 galleries are invited to participate, and pieces on display include contemporary works such as Alan Magee's photorealistic 2014 painting (Untitled Stones) as well as modern marvels such as Pablo Picasso's La Femme Au Fauteuil. Besides the participating galleries, cultural partners include the African American Museum of Nassau County, the Invisible Dog Art Center, the Whitney Museum Contemporaries, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
96% of 25 customers recommend
“it was fine. I see not only TX art gallery but also NY, CA.”
“Great time, a good day adventure. Will look for it next year.”
“We saw everything without lingering too long (including walking over for surprisingly good take-out chili at Greens) all in an hour and a half. Didn't need to pay $10...”
“We saw everything without lingering too long (including walking over for surprisingly good take-out chili at Greens) all in an hour and a half. Didn't need to pay $10 for all-day parking. Park for free on the street and walk in, if you can. ”