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Palm Springs Modernism Show and Sale Fall Edition, Oct. 20, 2017

Early buying event attracts crowds to Palm Springs Convention Center.

Susan Stein Social Scene

Dressed in his turquoise flamingo-print suit, Brian Wanzek was the perfect welcoming host to serious midcentury enthusiasts as they entered the annual Palm Springs Modernism Show and Sale – Fall Edition preview gala held at the Palm Springs Convention Center. The event featured 40 premier national and international dealers offering furniture, jewelry, fashion, and decorative and fine art representing all

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Modernism Week Offers Early Peek at 2018 Events

Before tickets go on sale Nov. 1, fans can peruse the website for what's new for 2018.

Site Staff Modernism

For the first time, fans of Modernism Week’s signature February festival can begin perusing the events online starting today (Oct, 25) at modernismweek.com before tickets officially go on sale at noon (PST) Nov. 1. Modernism Week, set for Feb. 15-25, 2018, highlights midcentury modern architecture, art, interior and landscape design, and vintage culture in Greater Palm Springs. For the thirteenth year,

modernism week fall preview

Mod on a Budget

Celebrate Modernism Week Fall Preview at no cost with these freebie events.

Lydia Kremer Modernism

Savor a slice of Modernism Week Fall Preview with a slew of free events during the Oct. 19—22 run. From home tours to photography exhibits and outdoor celebrations to vintage car shows, there’s plenty of free fun to be had. • See related story: Step back to 1964 The West Elm House has been created specifically to inspire you and

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Frame of Mind

Modernism Week Fall Preview’s Framed Spaces Tour provides architectural, artistic, and aesthetic views everywhere you look.

Lydia Kremer Modernism

There is no such thing as a single view on this tour. It’s multiple views. With seven homes mapped for a self-driving tour through Palm Springs and Rancho Mirage, a new event added to the Modernism Week Fall Preview lineup promises to fill your camera roll with unusual views and Instagram-worthy snapshots exuding all things mod. The Framed Spaces Home

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Gold Futures

Meet the most talked-about finish for lighting fixtures from Modernism Week.

Lisa Marie Hart Interior Design

Lighting refreshes a space with the flick of a switch. It’s the finishing touch for every room. If you missed Modernism Week Show House 2017: The Christopher Kennedy Compound, you missed a stylish
 saunter through the latest lighting trends installed in a real residence. As Modernism Week’s exclusive kitchen and bath sponsor for a third consecutive year, Ferguson Bath, Kitchen

HOUSE OF TOMORROW

House of Tomorrow

Modernism Week tour helps raise funds to restore George Fred Keck’s design from the early 1930s.

Site Staff Modernism

The Chicago connection is alive and well in Greater Palm Springs. A Modernism Week tour of two midcentury homes will help fundraise the restoration of the House of Tomorrow, which was designed by George Fred Keck and constructed for the 1933-34 Century of Progress World’s Fair in Chicago. The restoration is a partnership between the National Trust for Historic Preservation

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By Design

The American Society of Interior Designers exhibit pays tribute to classic designers at Palm Springs Modernism Show and Sale.

Site Staff Modernism

The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) will make their first appearance at the Modernism Show & Sale with a lounge and exhibit that speaks to iconic interior designers such as Florence Knoll, William Haines, and Arthur Elrod. The Modernism Show & Sale runs the opening weekend of Modernism Week (Feb. 16-24), beginning with a Preview Party Feb. 17 at

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Modernism South of the Border

Modernism Week highlights Mexico City’s midcentury modernism heritage to preview upcoming April trip.

Lydia Kremer Modernism

While Mexico City is the oldest capital in the Americas (founded in 1325), it’s the period between the 1940s and late 1960s that most intrigues Modernism Week event organizers. On the heels of Modernism Week’s successful featured tour to Cuba last year, organizers are gearing up for the next architectural sojourn — this time to Mexico City in April. The