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Craving some fabulous art and design, not to mention ridiculously good food? Get your fix at the third annual FOG Design+Art Fair, which runs through Sunday, January 17th at the cavernous (and chic-ified) Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion.
The event kicked off Wednesday night with a stylish shindig benefitting the San Francisco Museum of Art and attracting some of the city's most creative luminaries, who came to ogle stunning objets d'art from 43 dealers and galleries as well as provocative art installations from artists like Stanlee Gatti.
The fair continues over the next few days not only with these treasures, but with a lineup of art-and-design-themed programming, including a luncheon honoring Instagram co-founders Kevin Systro and Mike Krieger, a screening of the film Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict and a sneak peek at SFMOMA's glorious new space (set to open in May). If soaking up all that style leaves you with hankerings of another sort, refuel at Cotogna's sophisticated pop-up restaurant or Jane's sleek coffee lounge. And don't forget to bring home a souvenir from Inner Richmond retailer Park Life's pop-up shop.