8-11 OCTOBER 2015

About Art SV/SF

Art Silicon Valley/San Francisco (Art SV/SF) is Art Miami’s International Contemporary and Modern Art Fair on the West Coast, centrally located between Silicon Valley and San Francisco. The second edition will run October 8-11, 2015 and will showcase important artworks of the 20th and 21st centuries in collaboration with some of the world’s most respected galleries and art institutions.

Art SV/SF presents a comprehensive exhibition of investment-quality art that is convenient to both the communities of the SF Peninsula and to the collectors, curators, art advisors, designers and tastemakers of San Francisco and the Bay Area. In keeping with Art Miami’s high standards of quality, the Fair will offer a sophisticated, curated setting that showcases blue-chip Post-War and Modern works as well art by top Contemporary, Emerging and New Media artists.      

The fair also offers innovative cultural programming including on-site installation projects, interactive art, artist talks and fair tours for all audiences and taste levels.



San Mateo County Event Center

Expo Hall

1346 Saratoga Drive

San Mateo, CA 94403


Platinum VIP Preview | Thursday, October 8 | 6pm - 7:30pm
Access for Art SV/SF Platinum VIP Cardholders

VIP Preview | Thursday, October 8 | 7:30pm - 10pm
Access for Art SV/SF VIP Cardholders and Accredited Press


Friday October 9 |  11am - 7pm

Saturday October 10 |  11am - 7pm

Sunday October 11 |  11am - 6pm


One day fair pass $25

Multi-day fair pass $40

Students 12-18 years and Seniors $15

Children under 12 years w adult Free

Groups 10 or more $15


Four Seasons Silicon Valley
four seasons

Art SV/SF is pleased to once again partner with the Four Seasons Hotel Silicon Valley as the official hotel. It’s only fitting that the capital of high tech offers the highest standards of luxury and personalized hospitality. The Four Seasons is offering special rates for Fair attendees.

Contact Art SV/SF’s Official Travel Partner, Turon Travel at 800-952-7646 or for special rates.


Art SV/SF is easily accessible via mass transit or car. 

Take Bart to Millbrae Station. Exit the Millbrae Bart station across the parking lot to Millbrae Caltrain Station. At Millbrae station connect to Southbound Caltrain going towards San Jose. Exit at the Hillsdale Station to El Camino Real Blvd. At Hillsdale you can either walk, take a bus, or taxi.


You can take the Caltrain to either Hillsdale or Hayward Park station. The Fair will offer complimentary shuttle service between Caltrain in San Mateo and the fair. 

From Hillsdale Caltrain Station: Head northwest on S El Camino Real toward 31st Ave, turn right onto E 25th Ave, turn left onto S Delaware St. Turn right, turn right, and turn left. Approx. 1 mile.

From Hayward Park Caltrain Station: 
Head south on Pacific Blvd toward 19th Ave, turn right onto S Delaware St., turn left, and turn left. Approx .6 miles.


Plan your trip on samTrans Trip Planner. Two SamTrans routes provide service to the Event Center from throughout the county and San Francsico. Routes 390 and 391 offer service along El Camino Real with a stop at 25th Avenue, two blocks west of the Event Center campus.


From the San Francisco International Airport
Take US 101 South to the Hillsdale Blvd Exit. Turn right on Franklin Pkwy West. Turn right on Saratoga Drive

From the South Bay

From 101: Take 101 North to Highway 92 West. Exit Delaware Street. Bear right on Concar Dr. Right on Delaware to 2495 S. Delaware Street, 4 blocks (located on the left side of street).

From 280: Take 280 North to highway 92 East. Exit Delaware Street. Right on Delaware to 2495 S. Delaware Street, 4 blocks (located on the left side of street)

From the North Bay

From 101: Take 101 South to Highway 92 West. Exit Delaware Street. Bear right on Concar Dr. Right on Delaware to 2495 S. Delaware Street, 4 blocks (located on the left side of street)

From 280: Take 280 South to Highway 92 East. Exit Delaware Street. Right on Delaware to 2495 S. Delaware Street, 4 blocks (located on the left side of street)

From East Bay

Take the San Mateo Bridge (Highway 92) West. Exit Delaware Street. Bear right on Concar Dr. Right on Delaware 2495 S. Delaware street, 4 blocks (located on the left side of the street)

From El Camino

From El Camino South: Go North on El Camino Avenue. Turn right on 25th Avenue. Left on Delaware (Expo Center is on the right side)

From El Camino North: Go South on El Camino Avenue. Turn left on 25th Avenue. Left on Delaware (Expo Center is on right side).


Ample, on-site parking is $10. Valet service is available for the VIP Preview on October 8th only.



For more information regarding participation please contact:
Nick Korniloff, Show Director |
Brooke Gerson, Assistant Show Director  | | (T): +1 760.212.2193
Julian Navarro, Director | CONTEXT | | (T) +1 347.832.5611





David Cumpston
Landis Communications Inc.
1388 Sutter St #901
San Francisco, CA 94109
+1 (415) 359 2316


2015 Events Schedule

Thursday, October 8 | 6pm - 7:30pm
Platinum VIP Preview
Access for Art SV/SF Platinum VIP Cardholders

Thursday, October 8 | 7:30pm - 10pm
VIP Preview
Access for Art SV/SF VIP Cardholders and Accredited Press

prelude to spectra

London-based Walter & Zoniel will display the site-specific installation, Prelude To Spectra, at Art SV/SF. This large-scale practice performance piece welcomes the public to participate and engage with the facade of the San Mateo Event Center by catapulting colorful paints onto the entrance of Art SV/SF. Once the installation is fully complete, the project will be performed in its entirety in 2016 in the U.K. whereby the facade of a historical building will be covered with biodegradable paint by the audience.

CODE AND NOISE, curated by Christine Duval, is an exhibition that presents eleven artists from Chicago, New York, the Bay Area, China and Japan who use, create or leverage on software to produce works that are engaging, stimulating and allow to ponder on many current issues such as the environment, memory, art history, data collection and surveillance.  JD Beltran; Mel Day; Laurie Frick; James Lanahan; Ligorano/Reese; Clive McCarthy; Scott Minneman, Simon Pyle, Yan Yongliang and TeamLab

1AN Art Symposium
The 1AN Symposium brings together leading art industry experts to speak on a range of topics. Whether you are a first time buyer, an established collector, are in the industry, or simply have a passion for art, the program is both diverse and engaging. The 1AN Symposium, located in the café area, is free for visitors of Art Silicon Valley.  *Schedule is subject to change. Please check back for updates.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9  |  3:00 – 3:45pm
Panel: Caring for Your Art Collection 
Experts discuss best practices and why caring for your artwork matters. Hosted by: Appraisers Association of America (AAA)

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9  |  4:00 – 4:45pm
Panel: Architecture, Art & Interior Design -  Roles & Responsibilities in Building a Living Collection
Global art advisor John Wolf discusses the interplay of interior design and architecture with an art collection. He is joined by GoPro’s CEO, Tony Bates and interior design legend James Magni, with moderation by Degen Pener. Hosted by: GoPro

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10 |  3:00 – 3:30pm
Protecting the Value of a Collection
In this session, a fine art insurance expert will cover key steps to take to protect the value of your collection, including managing fine art transport, storage, and lending risks. Hosted by: Chubb Personal Insurance

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10  |  4:00 – 4:45pm

Panel: Rising Tides - The California Art Market Today
Experts explore the growth of the art market throughout the state, as well as the renewed interest in Californian artists. Hosted by: Artnet

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11  |  3:00 – 3:30pm
Art Legacy Planning:  Life is Long. Art is Longer.
Protecting and planning your art legacy, presented by Xiliary Twil, Accredited Senior Appraiser with the American Society of Appraisers. Host: Art Asset Management Group

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11  |  4:00 – 4:45pm
Panel:  Art and Philanthropy
Experts discuss the impact of giving back to the arts. Hosted by: San Francisco Art Dealers Association (SFADA

ART SV/SF KIDS CENTER  | FRIDAY & SATURDAY, 11am - 6pm; SUNDAY, 11am - 5pm
The Art SV/SF Kids Center will provide a safe playroom on-site for children ages 3 - 13, who are introduced to art while their parents visit Art SV/SF. Children enrolled will have exclusive access to participate in activities including art explorations,  games, puzzles and storytelling. 





2015 Sponsors+Partners





Art Silicon Valley / San Francisco (Art SV/SF) offers a wide range of branding opportunities and special events to enhance corporate identities. Art SV/SF's tailor made sponsorship opportunities are designed to address each of our partners marketing goals and brand exposure. Sponsors' guests are given VIP status and enjoy special events. Art SV/SF will work with you to develop a package that meets your company's exact needs and marketing objectives.

For information regarding sponsorship opportunities or hosting a special event at the 2015 Art Silicon Valley /

San Francisco Fair, please contact:

Brooke Gerson

P | +1 760.212.2193


Register to be eligible for VIP status.

Art SV/SF VIP status provides access to the official Preview Event on October 8th and is the first opportunity for VIP collectors to acquire some of the finest pieces of modern and contemporary art from the 20th and 21st centuries.


Full­time Employment Opportunities: If you are interested in working for an art fair organization in one of the world's most thriving sectors in the industry, we are always looking for motivated and enthusiastic talent for our customer service, marketing and finance/accounting teams to be part of our dynamic company. Please send your cover letter with salary requirements and resume to careers@art­

Interns: If you are interested in an internship position at Art Silicon Valley/San Francisco please send your resume to intern@art­

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