artMRKT is officially underway and we’re celebrating with the fifth and final post in our series, Designers Curate artMRKT. Today, we’re thrilled to have the oh-so-elegant Martha Angus, principal of Martha Angus Inc., share her favorites.
See you at the fair!
– Alisa Carroll, Editor-in-Chief, 3D
“I LOVE a good art fair and to have one right here in San Francisco is beyond exciting. As is often the case, so many pieces to see and so little time!”
1) I’ve bought one of these prints and they absolutely make a room. As a bonus, she’s a local Stanford grad.
Tauba Auerbach 2011
42 x 32 inches
2) Nine Squares by Ellsworth Kelly is a classic. It’s a blue chip great investment for any collector. The paper pulp gives it a richness and extra texture.
Ellsworth Kelly 1976-77
Color Paper pulp
30 x 30 inches
3) Graceland by William Eggleston featuring The King and his beautiful bride. It’s a slice of Americana served up straight from the Mississippi Delta. The SF MOMA recently showcased Eggleston. His color photography was among the first to gain credibility in the medium as bonafide art.
William Eggleston 1984
Dye transfer print
14.5 x 22 inches
David Lusk Gallery
For more information and tickets, visit http://www.art-mrkt.com/sf