17th Annual Twin Cities 20th Century Design Show and Sale
Saturday September 24th and Sunday September 25th 2016
Minnesota State Fairgrounds at the Progress Center Building in St. Paul, Minnesota
Show and Sale
"From Mission to Modern"
The 17th Annual Twin Cities Arts and Crafts Show and Sale has a new name and a new look. The newly named Twin Cities 20th Century Art and Design Show "From Mission to Modern" is still the largest event in the Midwest showcasing mission furniture and accessories of the American Arts and Crafts Movement (1890 - 1920), but now will include other 20th Century movements including Art Moderne, Art Deco and Mid Century. It will still be held at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds in the Progress Center Building on Saturday September 24th and Sunday September 25th, 2016. You'll find furniture, metalwork, pottery, textiles, art and lighting; everything from Stickley, Limbert, Roycroft, Rookwood and the esteemed Minneapolis Handicraft Guild. High quality reproductions will be for sale as well. Many of the nation's leading dealers will be on hand to answer questions and advise on how to decorate your home.
The show will also offer the highest quality 20th Century Design including pieces by Eames, Herman Miller, Knoll and much more.
A unique show, unlike anything the Twin Cities has seen before. The 17th Annual Twin Cities 20th Century Art and Design Show and Sale "From Mission to Modern" will offer the highest quality, and will certainly be a show talked about for a long time. All under one roof and one weekend only, Saturday September 24th from 9 am - 5 pm and Sunday September 25th from 11 am - 4 pm at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds Progress Center Building. Admission is only $7. For more information call 651-695-1902.
The show is located on the Minnesota State Fairgrounds at the Progress Center Building in St. Paul, Minnesota 55108. Located on Snelling Avenue at 1265 North Snelling Avenue. Coming from Interstate 94 from the east or west, exit on Snelling Avenue and head North approximately 3 miles. Take a left at the Main Entrance to the Minnesota State Fairgrounds(Dan Patch Avenue). After going through the main gate, take your first right and head north until you run into the Progress Center Building. Free Parking on the fairgrounds.
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20th Century Art and Design
American Dream Antiques
Archive Edition Inc.
Barbara Gerr Antiques
California Historical Design
Carol Eppel Antiques
Christine L. Boone Antiques
Cook Creek Woodworks
Craftsmen Hardware Co. Ltd
Dard Hunter Studios
David Heide Design Studio
Down to Earth Wood
Hog Hill Pottery
Laura Wilder Artwork
Mid America Modern
Michael Hingston Antiques
Minnesota Art Pottery Association
North Prairie Tileworks
Phil Taylor Antiques
Pratt Clay Studio
Rago Arts and Auction Center
Stone Hollow Tile
The Halliburton Collection
Turn of the Century Editions/The Parchment Press
Twin City Mission
Twin Cities Bungalow Club
David Rago to Deliver Lecture, Exhibit and Offer Appraisals
David Rago, owner of Rago Arts and Auction Center, will be participating in this years' show, as a lecturer, as an exhibitor, and as an appraiser! As many of you know Rago Arts and Auction Center is a leading U.S auction house, featuring 20th century design, with over $30 million in annual sales. David has published the magazines "Style 1900" and "Modernism", as well as authoring several books on 20th century design and ceramics. He is an expert appraiser on the PBS series " Antiques Roadshow " and has appeared on the show since its inception in America 21 years ago.
David will be giving an hour long presentation on Saturday at 11am, "Arts and Crafts within the context of Modernism", how it was influenced (Shaker) and how it continued to influence (Nakashima), using the spiritual underpinnings of the three. With David's experience in 20th c. design, fine art, decorative arts, furnishings, jewelry, we feel he is uniquely qualified to provide a comprehensive overview of the entire period from mission to modern.
In addition to his lecture and participation in the show, David will provide an "Antiques Roadshow" experience focused on 20th Century Design by doing individual appraisals in his booth throughout the entirety of the show. A nominal fee of $10 for each item or 3 for $25 will be collected and donated to the Minnesota Children's Hospital Cancer Fund and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts Transportation Fund.
Carter Averbeck - Omforme Design