UNTITLED Debuts in San Francisco
Since its launch in 2012 in Miami, Untitled has been known for its unique curatorial approach, and for the active cultural exchange platform it offers to the global arts community. This year, Untitled exports its fresh perspective and diverse range of programming to San Francisco, a city known for its always-growing creative hub.
Opening to the public today, the inaugural edition of Untitled, San Francisco presents more than 50 leading international exhibitors from 16 cities around the world, selected by curators Christophe Boutin, Omar López-Chahoud, and Melanie Scarciglia.
Not-to-miss exhibitors include Galerie Perrotin, showing works by Elmgreen & Dragset and Jean-Michel Othoniel; Balice Hertling, presenting works by Camille Blatrix; Instituto de Visión’s solo booth with Otto Berchem, Jane Lombard Gallery, Monique Meloche, PROYECTOSMONCLOVA, and more. The famous Toilet Paper lounge by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari is also returning.
Among the individual gallery booths, site specific works by Ugo Rondinone, Ann Iren Buan, Parker Ito, Leo Villareal, and many more will be on view. Those belong to “Monuments,” Untitled’s new large scale sector that takes advantage of the industrial high-ceiling space at Pier 70 to provide exhibitors and artists with the opportunity to create gigantic pieces that would not fit the small booth’s spaces.
Make sure to also check out the popular Untitled Radio, which will be broadcasting live through radiooooo.com, with a dynamic programming including readings, discussions, and interviews for those who can’t make it to San Francisco.
Oh and don’t forget to grab a free, limited-edition Untitled poster on your way out!
Untitled, San Francisco takes place from January 13 – 15, 2017.