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181 Fremont’s Art Program Featured in Art & Museum Magazine
August 10, 2021



181 Fremont’s groundbreaking art program and diverse collection—both led by art advisor extraordinaire Holly Baxter—has been featured in the Summer 2021 issue of quarterly publication, Art & Museum Magazine. Titled “San Francisco’s 181 Fremont Takes Art to New Heights,” the article highlights the work of 181 Fremont’s art advisor, Holly Baxter. In addition curating recent […]

RUE DAILY: 181 FREMONT DEBUTS A NEW EXHIBITION OF CONTEMPORARY BLACK ARTISTS
December 17, 2020



Art and exquisite design merge in 181 Fremont’s latest art exhibition. The luxury condominium building reshaped the San Francisco skyline, but inside, there’s #61B: a model home designed by Robbie McMillan of AubreyMaxwell. Though we typically would focus on the high-end furnishings and finishes, we’ve got our eye on the art. PODIUM, a new exhibition of international contemporary black artists, […]

ROBB REPORT: This San Francisco Condo Doubles as a Gallery Showcasing Black Artists
November 18, 2020

Residence 61B dining room with colorful art installation

Located in the heart of San Francisco’s South Market District, 181 Fremont is the tallest residential building on the West Coast. In addition to its 68 luxury units, it’s also an art gallery, with an exhibition showing over 20 artworks by 15 Black artists running now until the end of December. The show, dubbed Podium, takes […]

181 Fremont’s “Blue-Chip Art Program” Featured in ArtNet
November 3, 2020



ArtNet, a leading online resource for the international art market, has spotlighted 181 Fremont’s exceptional residential art program and onsite collection—both curated by art advisor Holly Baxter of Holly Baxter & Associates. Titled “Inside the Blue-Chip Art Program at 181 Fremont, the Tallest Residential Building on the West Coast,” the article includes an interview with […]

THE STAR: Black Artists’ Works Create a Gallery in a $7-Million Model Suite
September 15, 2020

Bright living room with artwork

The pieces are compelling — an imposing, wall-mounted necklace evokes “slave chains” as well as the bling for which it is named; striking portraits of Black women and men; a sizable and vertical sculpture, by a Ghanaian artist, created from discarded water containers and other pollution. These arresting works are part of a pop-up exhibition […]