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Modernism Week announces the 2015 Fall Event Schedule – Press Release

Modernism Week Announces Dates for Fall Preview Extended Weekend to Feature Selection of Best Events from Annual February Festival Palm Springs, CA (July 7, 2015) – Modernism Week will host its Fall Preview over the Columbus Day holiday weekend (October 9-12, 2015) in the greater Palm Springs area of California. Highlights during the four-day schedule include a festive opening night Preview Reception at the Modernism Show & Sale – Fall

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The One Word Everyone Is Using in L.A.

In Los Angeles, there’s a word that people can’t stop using. It refers to a philosophical movement that was set in motion through a series of cultural shocks that occurred in the 19th and 20th centuries. The word is modernism. This Friday, some of the biggest designers are gathering to celebrate modernist design at the LA Modernism Show & Sale, where more than 40 national and international exhibitors will showcase

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A Decorative Affair: Los Angeles Modernism Show

More than 40 galleries specializing in 20th-and 21st-century design and decorative arts descend on the City of Angels for the 28th edition of the Los Angeles Modernism Show, which runs April 24 to 26 at the 3Labs studio in Culver City’s Hayden Tract Arts district. “The fair’s proximity to the design industry as well as the entertainment industry makes it one of the most important design shows on the West

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Los Angeles Modernism Show & Sale featured on InCollect.com

The 28th iteration of the Los Angeles Modernism Show & Sale will kick off on Friday, April 24, 2015, presenting guests with a top-notch selection of furniture, fine art, and decorative objects representing all design movements of the 20th century, including early Art Deco pieces, American studio furniture, and mid century modern design. The show is produced by Dolphin Promotions, the company behind the Palm Springs Modernism Show & Sale

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Los Angeles Modernism Show featured in LA Daily News today!

Los Angeles style is often beachy and hipster, but the region also has an affinity for modern flair — which can be found at this weekend’s Los Angeles Modernism Show and Sale. Now in its 28th year, the show is filled with sales, parties and a fundraiser (again benefiting P.S. Arts, a nationally recognized arts education program serving more than 20,000 students in Central and Southern California). This year’s event

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Show Lecture: “Bayou Bend: Houston’s American Treasure”

Join recently appointed Bayou Bend curator Bradley C. Brooks for an introduction to and overview of the home and collection begun by Houston philanthropist Ima Hogg. Learn about Bayou Bend’s rarest and historically most important treasures, as well as unique Texas-made objects. Brooks will also discuss the history of the Hogg family, and how Ima Hogg transformed her home into a museum to display one of the nation’s best collections

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Show Lecture: “Then and Now: Utilizing Antiques in Contemporary Environments”

The Texas Gulf Coast Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers hosts an informative discussion on the best practices of using antiques in contemporary residential and commercial environments. Moderated by Janus Lazaris, with ASID president Letecia Ellis, Suzanne Duin and Linda Eyles as panelists. Read More.

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