Exhibitions

San Francisco Fall Antiques Show

The San Francisco Fall Antiques Show is the oldest continuously operating international art and antiques show on the West Coast. The Show features approximately sixty dealers from across the United States and Europe, offering for sale an extraordinary range of fine and decorative arts from around the world representing all styles and periods, including furniture, silver, ceramics, glass, jewelry, rugs, textiles, paintings, prints, photography, books, sculpture and objets d’art.

The San Francisco Fall Antiques Show is vetted in cooperation with the Antiques Dealers Association of California to ensure the highest quality merchandise.

2015 Dates/Hours

Opening Night Preview Gala
Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Show
Thursday, October 22 to Saturday, October 24, 10:30am to 7:00pm
Sunday, October 25, Noon to 5:00pm

Location

Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason Center

Fort Mason Center is located in the beautiful Marina District, between Fisherman’s Wharf and the Golden Gate Bridge on San Francisco Bay. The entrance to Fort Mason Center is at the intersection of Marina Boulevard and Buchanan Street. A former military base, this National Historic Landmark is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and, therefore, has no street address.



Palm Beach Jewelry, Art, and Antique Show
2/13/2015 to 2/17/2015

Palm Beach County Convention Center


Spring Show NYC
5.2.2013 to 5.5.2013

Park Avenue Armory, 643 Park Avenue
New York, New York

A Fine & Decorative Art Show Back for the Third Year! Showcasing the very best in: English, Continental and American Furniture, Paintings, Drawings, Sculpture, Ceramics, Glass and Decorative Arts; Asian Works of Art; Folk Art; 20th Century Decorative Arts; Aesthetic Movement and Arts & Crafts Furniture; Prints, Photographs, Maps, Posters and Wallpaper; Antiquities and Ancient Objects; Silver and Metalwork; Nautical Art and Objects; Jewelry; Garden Ornament; Books, Manuscripts and Autographs; Chinese Export Porcelain and Decorative Arts; Native American and Tribal Art; Carpets and Rugs; Tapestries; Textiles and Needlework; Clocks

The AADLA Spring Show is a vetted show meaning that every item in every booth is looked at by panels of experts for authenticity and comprehensive labeling. Vetted shows are the standard for all quality art and antiques fairs. We invite you to view an elegantly displayed selection of genuine masterpieces from America’s most prestigious art and antiques dealers. 

 


Spring Masters New York
4.30.2013 to 5.4.2013

Park Avenue Armory, 643 Park Avenue
New York, New York

Under the new leadership of Artvest Partners, Spring Masters New York, formerly known as The Spring Show NYC, has been re-envisioned as an international art and design fair that reflects the breadth and scope of artistic creation from antiquity through the 20th Century.

With exhibition-like quality and innovation in design, presentation, and visitor engagement, Spring Masters boldly reimagines the international art fair and fosters a dialogue on collecting across categories and the inclusion of traditional art in the context of Contemporary living.

Opening to the public at the Park Avenue Armory on May 1, 2014, Spring Masters features a design by architect Rafael Viñoly that reimagines the visual impact, layout, and experience of the fair. Viñoly’s design includes hexagonal booths and floor plan that encourage and accommodate an array of presentation strategies.

The redesign represents the most significant change in the Armory fair format in three decades, and takes advantage of the dramatic setting and sweep of the Drill Hall to create a range of display options that respond to the diverse needs of participating dealers.

In addition to the new visual experience, Spring Masters remains committed to connoisseurship, curation, and visitor engagement. A mix that is certain to excite and energize experienced collectors, museum professionals, and the arts-interested public alike. Each featured work will be vetted by a panel of experts to ensure authenticity, and the fair will be fully curated to provide audiences with an experience that well captures the diversity of creative expression across time and place.

Emphasizing quality and innovation in the selection and presentation of works on view, Spring Masters coincides with major evening auctions of 20th-century art, contributing to the range and interest of the spring arts calendar in New York and responding to global demand for shows of traditional art and design at this active time in the auction season.

In addition to the new Viñoly floor plan, Artvest Partners is working with Designer Diana Viñoly to create visual continuity throughout the exhibition as well as to inject Spring Masters with its seasonal theme, linking the Park Avenue Armory with the annual Park Avenue tulip display which coincides with the May run of the show. Spring Masters, New York was founded as The Spring Show NYC in 2011 by the Art and Antique Dealers League of America (AADLA).



Palm Beach Jewelry, Art, and Antique Show
2/13/2015 to 2/17/2015

Palm Beach County Convention Center


Spring Show NYC
5.2.2013 to 5.5.2013

Park Avenue Armory, 643 Park Avenue
New York, New York

A Fine & Decorative Art Show Back for the Third Year! Showcasing the very best in: English, Continental and American Furniture, Paintings, Drawings, Sculpture, Ceramics, Glass and Decorative Arts; Asian Works of Art; Folk Art; 20th Century Decorative Arts; Aesthetic Movement and Arts & Crafts Furniture; Prints, Photographs, Maps, Posters and Wallpaper; Antiquities and Ancient Objects; Silver and Metalwork; Nautical Art and Objects; Jewelry; Garden Ornament; Books, Manuscripts and Autographs; Chinese Export Porcelain and Decorative Arts; Native American and Tribal Art; Carpets and Rugs; Tapestries; Textiles and Needlework; Clocks

The AADLA Spring Show is a vetted show meaning that every item in every booth is looked at by panels of experts for authenticity and comprehensive labeling. Vetted shows are the standard for all quality art and antiques fairs. We invite you to view an elegantly displayed selection of genuine masterpieces from America’s most prestigious art and antiques dealers. 

 


Spring Masters New York
4.30.2013 to 5.4.2013

Park Avenue Armory, 643 Park Avenue
New York, New York

Under the new leadership of Artvest Partners, Spring Masters New York, formerly known as The Spring Show NYC, has been re-envisioned as an international art and design fair that reflects the breadth and scope of artistic creation from antiquity through the 20th Century.

With exhibition-like quality and innovation in design, presentation, and visitor engagement, Spring Masters boldly reimagines the international art fair and fosters a dialogue on collecting across categories and the inclusion of traditional art in the context of Contemporary living.

Opening to the public at the Park Avenue Armory on May 1, 2014, Spring Masters features a design by architect Rafael Viñoly that reimagines the visual impact, layout, and experience of the fair. Viñoly’s design includes hexagonal booths and floor plan that encourage and accommodate an array of presentation strategies.

The redesign represents the most significant change in the Armory fair format in three decades, and takes advantage of the dramatic setting and sweep of the Drill Hall to create a range of display options that respond to the diverse needs of participating dealers.

In addition to the new visual experience, Spring Masters remains committed to connoisseurship, curation, and visitor engagement. A mix that is certain to excite and energize experienced collectors, museum professionals, and the arts-interested public alike. Each featured work will be vetted by a panel of experts to ensure authenticity, and the fair will be fully curated to provide audiences with an experience that well captures the diversity of creative expression across time and place.

Emphasizing quality and innovation in the selection and presentation of works on view, Spring Masters coincides with major evening auctions of 20th-century art, contributing to the range and interest of the spring arts calendar in New York and responding to global demand for shows of traditional art and design at this active time in the auction season.

In addition to the new Viñoly floor plan, Artvest Partners is working with Designer Diana Viñoly to create visual continuity throughout the exhibition as well as to inject Spring Masters with its seasonal theme, linking the Park Avenue Armory with the annual Park Avenue tulip display which coincides with the May run of the show. Spring Masters, New York was founded as The Spring Show NYC in 2011 by the Art and Antique Dealers League of America (AADLA).



Palm Beach Jewelry, Art, and Antique Show
2/13/2015 to 2/17/2015

Palm Beach County Convention Center


Spring Show NYC
5.2.2013 to 5.5.2013

Park Avenue Armory, 643 Park Avenue
New York, New York

A Fine & Decorative Art Show Back for the Third Year! Showcasing the very best in: English, Continental and American Furniture, Paintings, Drawings, Sculpture, Ceramics, Glass and Decorative Arts; Asian Works of Art; Folk Art; 20th Century Decorative Arts; Aesthetic Movement and Arts & Crafts Furniture; Prints, Photographs, Maps, Posters and Wallpaper; Antiquities and Ancient Objects; Silver and Metalwork; Nautical Art and Objects; Jewelry; Garden Ornament; Books, Manuscripts and Autographs; Chinese Export Porcelain and Decorative Arts; Native American and Tribal Art; Carpets and Rugs; Tapestries; Textiles and Needlework; Clocks

The AADLA Spring Show is a vetted show meaning that every item in every booth is looked at by panels of experts for authenticity and comprehensive labeling. Vetted shows are the standard for all quality art and antiques fairs. We invite you to view an elegantly displayed selection of genuine masterpieces from America’s most prestigious art and antiques dealers. 

 


Spring Masters New York
4.30.2013 to 5.4.2013

Park Avenue Armory, 643 Park Avenue
New York, New York

Under the new leadership of Artvest Partners, Spring Masters New York, formerly known as The Spring Show NYC, has been re-envisioned as an international art and design fair that reflects the breadth and scope of artistic creation from antiquity through the 20th Century.

With exhibition-like quality and innovation in design, presentation, and visitor engagement, Spring Masters boldly reimagines the international art fair and fosters a dialogue on collecting across categories and the inclusion of traditional art in the context of Contemporary living.

Opening to the public at the Park Avenue Armory on May 1, 2014, Spring Masters features a design by architect Rafael Viñoly that reimagines the visual impact, layout, and experience of the fair. Viñoly’s design includes hexagonal booths and floor plan that encourage and accommodate an array of presentation strategies.

The redesign represents the most significant change in the Armory fair format in three decades, and takes advantage of the dramatic setting and sweep of the Drill Hall to create a range of display options that respond to the diverse needs of participating dealers.

In addition to the new visual experience, Spring Masters remains committed to connoisseurship, curation, and visitor engagement. A mix that is certain to excite and energize experienced collectors, museum professionals, and the arts-interested public alike. Each featured work will be vetted by a panel of experts to ensure authenticity, and the fair will be fully curated to provide audiences with an experience that well captures the diversity of creative expression across time and place.

Emphasizing quality and innovation in the selection and presentation of works on view, Spring Masters coincides with major evening auctions of 20th-century art, contributing to the range and interest of the spring arts calendar in New York and responding to global demand for shows of traditional art and design at this active time in the auction season.

In addition to the new Viñoly floor plan, Artvest Partners is working with Designer Diana Viñoly to create visual continuity throughout the exhibition as well as to inject Spring Masters with its seasonal theme, linking the Park Avenue Armory with the annual Park Avenue tulip display which coincides with the May run of the show. Spring Masters, New York was founded as The Spring Show NYC in 2011 by the Art and Antique Dealers League of America (AADLA).



Palm Beach Jewelry, Art, and Antique Show
2/13/2015 to 2/17/2015

Palm Beach County Convention Center


Spring Show NYC
5.2.2013 to 5.5.2013

Park Avenue Armory, 643 Park Avenue
New York, New York

A Fine & Decorative Art Show Back for the Third Year! Showcasing the very best in: English, Continental and American Furniture, Paintings, Drawings, Sculpture, Ceramics, Glass and Decorative Arts; Asian Works of Art; Folk Art; 20th Century Decorative Arts; Aesthetic Movement and Arts & Crafts Furniture; Prints, Photographs, Maps, Posters and Wallpaper; Antiquities and Ancient Objects; Silver and Metalwork; Nautical Art and Objects; Jewelry; Garden Ornament; Books, Manuscripts and Autographs; Chinese Export Porcelain and Decorative Arts; Native American and Tribal Art; Carpets and Rugs; Tapestries; Textiles and Needlework; Clocks

The AADLA Spring Show is a vetted show meaning that every item in every booth is looked at by panels of experts for authenticity and comprehensive labeling. Vetted shows are the standard for all quality art and antiques fairs. We invite you to view an elegantly displayed selection of genuine masterpieces from America’s most prestigious art and antiques dealers. 

 


Spring Masters New York
4.30.2013 to 5.4.2013

Park Avenue Armory, 643 Park Avenue
New York, New York

Under the new leadership of Artvest Partners, Spring Masters New York, formerly known as The Spring Show NYC, has been re-envisioned as an international art and design fair that reflects the breadth and scope of artistic creation from antiquity through the 20th Century.

With exhibition-like quality and innovation in design, presentation, and visitor engagement, Spring Masters boldly reimagines the international art fair and fosters a dialogue on collecting across categories and the inclusion of traditional art in the context of Contemporary living.

Opening to the public at the Park Avenue Armory on May 1, 2014, Spring Masters features a design by architect Rafael Viñoly that reimagines the visual impact, layout, and experience of the fair. Viñoly’s design includes hexagonal booths and floor plan that encourage and accommodate an array of presentation strategies.

The redesign represents the most significant change in the Armory fair format in three decades, and takes advantage of the dramatic setting and sweep of the Drill Hall to create a range of display options that respond to the diverse needs of participating dealers.

In addition to the new visual experience, Spring Masters remains committed to connoisseurship, curation, and visitor engagement. A mix that is certain to excite and energize experienced collectors, museum professionals, and the arts-interested public alike. Each featured work will be vetted by a panel of experts to ensure authenticity, and the fair will be fully curated to provide audiences with an experience that well captures the diversity of creative expression across time and place.

Emphasizing quality and innovation in the selection and presentation of works on view, Spring Masters coincides with major evening auctions of 20th-century art, contributing to the range and interest of the spring arts calendar in New York and responding to global demand for shows of traditional art and design at this active time in the auction season.

In addition to the new Viñoly floor plan, Artvest Partners is working with Designer Diana Viñoly to create visual continuity throughout the exhibition as well as to inject Spring Masters with its seasonal theme, linking the Park Avenue Armory with the annual Park Avenue tulip display which coincides with the May run of the show. Spring Masters, New York was founded as The Spring Show NYC in 2011 by the Art and Antique Dealers League of America (AADLA).