181 Fremont’s “Blue-Chip Art Program” Featured in ArtNet
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 developer Matt Lituchy of Jay Paul Company and Holly Baxter and highlights Gallery 181, the world’s highest art gallery, located in a penthouse on the building’s 56th floor.
“Our art program has provided us with a wonderful way to engage with art collectors from San Francisco and beyond who’ve come to visit Gallery 181…to view works of painting, sculpture, music, and dance,” said Matt.
In addition curating recent onsite art exhibitions PODIUM I and PODIUM II, Baxter has helped select pieces for display throughout the building, including its public areas, model residences, private Residents’ Club and permanent collection in Gallery 181.
“Gallery 181 was conceived as a venue to host exhibitions from respected international gallery programs and to provide an opportunity to contribute to the larger cultural dialogue in the Bay Area,” Holly told ArtNet. “181 residents and the public are able to view curated exhibitions of works by artists they might not have the opportunity to otherwise experience.”
Baxter describes each piece she selects for 181 Fremont as being “intellectually and conceptually bold, as well as technically accomplished.” All “resonate with the refined and elegant interiors that define 181 Fremont.” The building’s growing collection includes works by renowned artists—including Eva Rothschild—and to date, Gallery 181 has housed works from galleries including Lehmann Maupin, Blum & Poe and Albertz Benda.