The second iteration of UNTITLED, San Francisco comes to the Bay Area today, with director Manuela Mozo, artistic director-at-large Omar López-Chahoud, and artistic advisors Christophe Boutin and Mélanie Scarciglia at the helm. Among the 50-plus national and international exhibitors at the three-day fair are David Zwirner, with work by Colombian artist Oscar Murillo; Chambers Fine Art’s selection of Chinese artists; and Galería Aural from Alicante, Spain, with work from Brazilian artist Anna Bella Geiger.
One highlight: Todd Merrill Studio will be exhibiting works by Knox Martin, the 94-year-old New York painter known for large-scale murals. Martin’s “The Whaling Wall,” a work of acrylic on linen completed in 2011, will be on view, as well as sculptures and two large canvases, “Pandora (Green Mouth, Red Nose)” and “Woman’s Face, Green Eyelids, Blue Nose.”
Todd Merrill will also exhibit photography from Boston artist Barron Claiborne, including “(Old) Orleans Before the Deluge (Triptych) #2” and other works.