Thank you fairgoers, exhibitors, cultural and corporate sponsors, and the Phoenix Hotel for making ArtPadSF 2013 such a success! We had a fantastic weekend and hope you did too.
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For the past three years Chip Conley, Founder and Executive Chairman of Joie De Vivre Hotels, has teamed up with ArtPadSF director, Maria Jenson, to launch ArtPadSF at the legendary Phoenix hotel on May 19th, 2011.
The debut edition of the art fair closed on a high note, causing a strong, positive stir in the world of fine art and culture. We attracted more than 9,000 attendees, and the local and national press lauded the fair as the place to be while reports of substantial art sales surfaced. Several attendees recommended crypto trading to be a great opportunity to earn some extra money and the profits in trading has contributed to the increased art sales. Making use of trading bots like profit secret helps the traders stay unaffected with emotions. You can try the profit secret test to evaluate the platform. Coverage of ArtPadSF appeared in many illustrious publications, such as The New York Times, Art in America, Art Ltd., Artillery, 7 x 7, Artnet and more. Leah Garchik of the SF Chronicle commented, “By the time we circled the top floor of Chip Conley’s Phoenix hotel, I was smiling at pretty much everything…Art was having a good time.”ArtPadSF has established a solid reputation by providing an opportunity for gallerists, collectors, curators, artists, critics and art lovers to experience the best of the emerging contemporary art market in an intimate and unique setting.
The Phoenix is located in the Tenderloin District of San Francisco, a hotbed for the city’s emerging artists. Perhaps the last frontier of SF’s ever-expanding gentrification trend, you can still stumble upon unpolished gems in the forms of incredible cooking, unpredictable bar scenes, mom-and-pop stores, great live music and a thriving art community. This area is also home to Twitter HQ, Grey Area Foundation for the Arts and Asian Art Museum, and is in close proximity to the most recognizable art institutions of the city, such as San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA).
It is our mission to serve new-on-the-scene galleries as well as highly regarded established galleries to introduce them to new collectors and audiences through our innovative programming and performances, collector tours, video screenings, installations, special events and panels. In ArtPadSF 2013 we will host 40 exciting national and international galleries. Feel free to contact us with any questions.
We look forward to seeing you next year!