A host of arts and antiques shows are taking place throughout the country this season. Plot your next art-seeking adventure with EAL’s roundup of the latest shows to hit the design community.
New York’s Winter Antiques Show returns January 22 to 31, with 70-plus experts in fine and decorative arts, and a roster of events including a loan exhibition, lecture series, tours and lunches, panels and more. A third of the exhibitors are Americana specialists, and the remainder specialize in English, European and Asian fine and decorative arts. Learn more.
The Los Angeles Fine Art Show and the concurrent L.A. Art Show: Modern & Contemporary, from January 27 to 31, will showcase historic and contemporary art. Featured artists include Degas, Renoir, Picasso, Dalí, Rodin, Van Gogh, Jan van Beers, Jessie Arms Botke, Wan Sanqiuan, Xie Aige, Jules Dupré, Henrie Lebasque, Franz Bischoff, Alson Skinner Clark, Otis Oldfield and Vladimir Sorin, and exhibitors include Rehs Galleries, Art-Giverny and Villa del Arte. Learn more.
The Cathedral Antiques Show, an antiques and decorative arts fair, will take place in Atlanta, from January 31 to February 7. The show’s two dozen vetted exhibitors include dealers of period furniture, jewelry, art and accessories. Also on the schedule: tours of notable local homes, a flower festival, book signings and discussions. Learn more.
The Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville will unfold February 12 to 14, spotlighting gardens, antiques and horticultural pieces from 150-plus exhibitors. Featured speaker Gwyneth Paltrow, actress and Goop founder, will discuss interior design with moderator Windsor Smith on February 12. Other programming includes Bunny Williams, the event’s honorary chair, in conversation with Brian McCarthy, as well as discussions with horticulturist Shane Connolly, landscape designer Louis Benech, and designers Suzanne Rheinstein, Mark D. Sikes, Brian Murphy and others. Learn more.
Fort Worth show
The Fort Worth Show of Antiques & Art, to be held March 3 to 5, will feature American, French and English art, antiques and jewelry, spanning western, midcentury and modern styles. A new section, The Art Dept., will showcase 20 new gallery booths dedicated to antique and vintage art, as well as contemporary artists and galleries. Learn more.