After two years away, the internationally acclaimed SF Fall Show is returning to the Fort Mason Festival Pavillion from October 13th through 16th. This art, antiques, and design fair is hosting fifty dealers from around the world offering an extraordinary range of fine and decorative arts for sale.
The SF Fall Show is the longest-running art, antiques, and design fair on the West Coast, and attracts collectors from across the country. The show features fine and decorative arts and objects, paintings, prints, photographs, books, precious metals, jewelry, rugs, textiles, and ceramics. With meticulously designed and curated spaces for each dealer, the result is a delight to the senses and a masterclass in visual display.
Another interesting facet of the event is the lecture series with topics such as English Castles & Country Houses: Stories of Patronage, Restoration & Modern Interpretation, moderated by Hamish Bowles, Editor in Chief for The World of Interiors, global editor at large for Vogue, and one of the show’s honorary Co-Chairs. Another lecture to consider is California Dreaming: The Enduring Legacy moderated by Mayer Rus, West Coast Editor for Architectural Digest, and featuring SF’s Ken Fulk among many other California design luminaries.
The San Francisco Fall Show will take place at the Fort Mason Festival Pavillion from October 13th through 16th. The festival is $20 to attend with tickets available for individual lectures at $10 each. The festival is open to visitors Thursday, Friday, and Saturday: 10:30am-7pm and Sunday: 11am-5pm.
Featured image: Photo by Drew Altizer. Courtesy of SF Fall Show