The 27th annual Los Angeles Modernism Show & Sale (April 25 – 27) will be held for the first time at the new 3Labs Studio in the Hayden Tract Arts District of Culver City, California.
Honorary event chairs for the opening night soiree benefitting P.S. ARTS include Jeffrey Alan Marks, an interior designer, and Lisa Bowles of ROARK modern. The host committee includes P.S. ARTS supporters Maria and Bill Bell, Rachel Bilson, Julie Bowen, Elizabeth Stewart and Rob Bragin, Kimberly and Albert Brooks, Courtney Cox, Patrick Herning, George Kotsiopoulos, Carolyn Powers, Mat Sanders, Naomi and Adam Scott, Julia Sorkin, Lisa Kudrow and Michel Stern.
Jeffrey Alan Marks
The show, open to the public throughout the weekend, features more than 40 national and international exhibitors presenting decorative and fine arts from all design movements of the 20th century.
Collectors and designers will be able to shop from a wide selection of products including furniture, lighting, sculpture, paintings, jewelry, silver, glass, ceramics, photography, textiles, prints, rugs, posters, vintage clothing and accessories.
Rare pair of Hans Wegner Papa Bear lounge chairs via Loft Thirteen
New exhibitors to the show this year include Alexandre Huygelvede of Paris, Gallery 925 of San Francisco, and Los Angeles-based gallery Loft Thirteen.
Dunbar Four Chest c. 1957 via Reform
Other exhibitor highlights include Santa Fe-based galleries Steven Maras and Modern 2.0, as well as Southern CA-based galleries a La MOD, Atomic Bazaar, Christopher Anthony Ltd., Off the Wall, Reform and Berkeley-based Vintage European Posters.
Lisa Bowles and Mayer Rus
On Saturday, April 26, at 2:00 p.m., Marks and Bowles will join in conversation with Mayer Rus, West Coast editor of Architectural Digest, to discuss what Modernism means in design today.
Opening night tickets range from $175 to $500 depending on entrance time and are available in advance or at the door.
Regular show hours are Saturday, April 26, from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.; and Sunday, April 27, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Admission is $15 per person at the door and includes a show catalog.