San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts, the site of the city’s Untitled art fair.

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This January marks the second time the Untitled art fair, which has been popping up in Miami Beach each December since 2012, will stage a show in San Francisco, that burgeoning market hub. This time around, there are 47 exhibitors from nine countries for a fair to run January 12-14, 2018, at the city’s Palace of Fine Arts.

One prominent newcomer is David Zwirner gallery, which, unlike fellow blue chippers Gagosian and Pace, has no brick-and-mortar outpost in San Francisco. The Zwirner booth will be showing work by Oscar Murillo.

In a statement, fair director Manuela Mozo said, “We are very excited about the second edition of Untitled, San Francisco. With a great selection of exhibitors, exciting programming in collaboration with our non-profit and cultural institution partners, and a beautiful new venue, we are looking forward to continuing our commitment to the vibrant community to the Bay Area.”

The full exhibitor list is below.

The 500 Capp Street Foundation (San Francisco)
Andrew Kreps Gallery (New York)
Anglim Gilbert Gallery (San Francisco)
Artadia (San Francisco)
Artists’ Television Access (San Francisco)
Casemore Kirkeby (San Francisco)
Catinca Tabacaru Gallery (New York)
Chambers Fine Art (New York)
Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco (San Francisco)
Clima Gallery (Milan)
David Zwirner (New York/London)
Denny Gallery (New York)
Eduardo Secci Contemporary (Florence)
Eric Firestone Gallery (New York)
Galería Aural (Alicante)
Galerie Anita Beckers (Frankfurt)
Galerie Richard (New York/Paris)
Fort Gansevoort (New York)
GAVLAK (Los Angeles/Palm Beach)
Interface Gallery (Oakland)
Instituto de Visión (Bogotá)
Jane Lombard Gallery (New York)
Jenkins Johnson Gallery (San Francisco)
Kunsthall Stavanger (Stavanger)
Luis De Jesus Los Angeles (Los Angeles)
MKG127 (Toronto)
Monique Meloche Gallery (Chicago)
narrative projects (London)
NF / Nieves Fernández (Madrid)
Ochi Projects (Los Angeles)
onestar press (Paris)
Overduin & Co. (Los Angeles)
Piero Atchugarry Gallery (Pueblo Garzón)
PRIVATEVIEW (Turin)
Prosjektrom Normanns (Stravanger)
R/SF projects (San Francisco)
re.riddle (San Francisco/Paris/London)
Rogaland Kunstsenter (Stavanger)
SOMArts Cultural Center (San Francisco)
Southern Exposure (San Francisco)
The Hole (New York)
Tina Kim Gallery (New York)
Todd Merrill Studio (New York)
Traywick Contemporary (Berkeley)
UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archives (Berkeley)
CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts (San Francisco)
Workshop Residence (San Francisco)
Zilberman Gallery (Istanbul/Berlin)