Gail Severn Gallery


Art Market San Francisco 2019

Fort Mason Center - Festival Pavilion  • 2 Marina Blvd.

April 25th through 28th, 2019


Visit Gail Severn Gallery at Booth 219- by the Collector's Lounge


Art Market San Francisco returns to Fort Mason Center from April 25th through 28th for its ninth edition, with seventy-five galleries featuring top modern and contemporary art. Discover and acquire new art, while exploring art trends developing around the globe.


Complimentary VIP Pass from Gail Severn Gallery

The Complimentary VIP Pass provides entry for you and a guest beginning with the VIP Preview on Thursday evening, April 25, and includes admission to the fair all weekend long, including access to the VIP Lounge.


  Download your Complimentary VIP pass here.


To learn more visit

VIP Preview

Thursday, April 25, 2019 — 6:00pm to 10:00pm


Public Hours

Friday, April 26, 2019 — 11:00am to 7:00pm

Saturday, April 27, 2019 — 11:00am to 7:00pm

Sunday, April 28, 2019 — 12:00pm to 6:00pm

Deloss Webber

Finalist for the Loewe Craft Prize 2019


Craftsman and design aficionado, Jonathan Anderson has been creative director at Loewe since September 2013. For three years, the Spanish fashion house has recognized artisanal excellence all over the world, in domains from leather, to jewelry, to ceramics, to glass…The scope of artistic talent in modern craftsmanship is vast. For the third edition of the Loewe Craft Prize, the winner will be decided by a panel of judges composing of 11 experts in the field: Jonathan Anderson, Naoto Fukasawa, a Japanese industrial designer and the director of the Japan Folk Crafts Museum, Hong-Nam Kin, the South Korean director of the National Museum of Korea, Jennifer Lee, winner of last year’s Loewe Craft Prize and Enrique Loewe, the great grandson of the fashion house’s founder and president of the foundation. Wolfgang Lösche, the head of the department of exhibition and fairs at the Chamber of Skilled Trades is also on the panel, with Wang Shu, architect and member of the panel of the Pritzker Prize, Deyan Sudjic, essayist and director of the London Design Museum, Benedetta Tagliabue, architect and also a panel member of the Pritzker Prize, Patricia Urquiola, architect and industrial designer, and Anatxu Zabalbeascoa, the chairwoman of the panel and architecture and design journalist for El País. The works of the 29 finalists will be displayed in Tokyo between June 26 and July 22, and the winner, revealed this spring, will receive a prize of 50,000 euros.

Selection of Deloss Webber’s “Geisha Handbags” selected for the Loewe Craft Prize.

Here is the official list of the finalists for the

Loewe Craft Prize 2019:

Akiko Hirai

(Lives in Japan and works in the United Kingdom)

Andrea Walsh (UK)

Annie Turner (UK)

Deloss Webber (US)

Elke Sada (Germany)

Gental Ishikuza (Japan)

Giampaolo Babetto (Italy)

Giovanni Corvaja (Italy)

Harry Morgan (UK)

Heeseung Koh (South Korea)

Henar Iglesias (Spain)

Jim Partidge & Liz Walmsley (UK)

JingFeng Fang & Mi Dong (China)

John Eric Byers (US)

Jokum Lind Jensen

(Danish, living and working in Sweden)


Junko Mori

(Japanese, living and working in the UK)

Kazuhito Takadoi

(Japanese, living and working in the UK)

Koichi lo (Japan)

Kye-Yeon Son

(South Korea, living and working in Canada)

Youngsoon Lee (South Korea)

Masanori Nishikawa (Japan)

Mayu Nakata (Japan)

Michal Fargo (Israeli, living and working in Germany)

Minhee Kim

(South Korean, living and working in the UK)

Ruudt Peters (Holland)

Sachi Fujikake (Japan)

Shozo Michikawa (Japan)

Sophie Rowley

(New Zealand, living and working in Germany)

Tomonari Hashimoto (Japan)

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