San Francisco’s 20th Century Art and Design Show

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San Francisco is certainly a trendy place to be, and the city is proving that perception once again with SF20: The San Francisco 20th Century Art and Design Show. Since its inception just a year ago, the show has grown into a spectacular display of some of the most exciting and innovated designs.

SF20 is a true product of love from event planner Stanlee Gatti, who graciously exposes audiences to only the very best in modern design giving San Francisco a crucial head start as one of the most influential design hubs in the nation.

To kick off the event there was an opening night gala which benefitted the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and included some familiar faces from the Fall Antique Show as well as up-and-coming design stars and starlets. The evening was catered by McCall Catering, and some of San Francisco’s hautest elite enjoyed dinner and conversation all in anticipation of the modern designs set to showcase the following day.

SF20 featured numerous talents from the world of art and design, including sculptor Adam P. Gale, international advisor Holly Baxter, antique dealers Tod Donobedian and Conor Fennessy, and interior designers including Orlando Diaz, Steven Volpe, Jay Jeffers, Will Wick, George Brazil, and Kendall Wilkinson.

Guests enjoyed sneak peeks from fifty of the most prominent design galleries from across the United States and Europe who showcased some of the finest furnishings, art, and jewelry from the early 20th century onwards. The extraordinary work of contemporary artists who showcased at the event was deemed “future collector pieces” by dealers. All in all it was a memorable and elegant display of some of the most creative designers the world has to offer.

Via: San Francisco Luxe

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