Art Market San Francisco – now in its 10th edition and running Thursday-Sunday April 21-24 – brings together modern and contemporary galleries from around the world for a four-day fair showcasing the best of what’s new and exciting. news in the art world.
San Francisco studio and art gallery Creativity Explored is a special partner at this year’s event, hosting a ‘Mode Brut’ fashion exhibit in the VIP lounge and hosting a panel on accessibility in clothing design. Chronicle columnist Tony Bravo is set to moderate the discussion, titled FashionABLE, featuring Laura L. Camerlengo, Associate Curator of Costume and Textiles at San Francisco Fine Arts Museums, Josefin Lundahl, Curator of Creativity Explored , Ben Ospital, co-owner of Modern Appealing Clothing boutique, Tokyo Gamine Fashion. designer Yuka Uehara and artist Creativity Explored Joseph Omolayole.
The event will highlight the work Creativity Explored and other organizations have done to expand neurodiversity in fashion and ask questions about how clothing design can be reinvented to be more inclusive of different types of artists. textiles, as well as on how to create clothing for a more diverse clientele.