Art Market San Francisco

First launched in 2010, Art Market San Francisco gained a reputation for being the premier art fair of the region. It showcases annually in springtime, generally in April, about 85 modern and contemporary art galleries for the United States and the rest of the globe. More than 28,000 visitors attended the 2019 edition to admire the artworks for sale. Abstract paintings, large-scale installations, modern sculptures, photographs, fine jewelery are more are on display to meet all tastes and bugdets. Alongside the exhibition itself, there is a program of talks and discussions organised. Art Market is part of an important group wich also held Texas Contemporary, Art on Paper NY, Seattle Art Fair and Market Art + Design.

In light of global health concerns regarding COVID-19, Art Market San Francisco is postponed until 29 April – 2 May 2021.

Art Market San Francisco 2021


Fort Mason Center – Festival Pavilion
2 Marina Blvd.
San Francisco, CA 94123
United States

Opening hours

29 April: 6pm – 10pm
(VIP Preview)
30 April-1 May: 11am – 7pm
2 May: 12pm – 6pm

Entrance Fee

Preview Pass: $50
Multi-Day Ticket: $35
1-Day Ticket: $25



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