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October 28, 2016

San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show Gala 2016

Trevor Traina, Dede Wilsey & Max Hollein
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Suzanne Tucker
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OJ Shansby
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Jonathan Rachman
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Stephanie Marver
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Trevor Traina & Alexis Traina
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Yurie Pascarella
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Catherine Kwong
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Maria Quiros
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Antonio Martins
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Allison Speer
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Anne-Sophie Deneve
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Ariane Trimuschat
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Kendall Wilkinson
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Aerin Lauder
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The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show 2016
Photo Credit: Drew Altizer
The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show 2016
Photo Credit: Drew Altizer
The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show 2016
Photo Credit: Drew Altizer
The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show 2016
Photo Credit: Drew Altizer

It was a wild evening as art collectors and dealers flocked to Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason, kicking off the 35th annual Fall Art & Antiques Show with an Opening Night Preview Gala on Wednesday, October 26. Each of the pieces in the showcase underscore this year’s theme of “Animalia,” bringing to light the symbolism of the animal kingdom used in art, furniture, and fixtures throughout the ages and specifically from American, English, Continental and Asian origin. Upon entering the pavilion, guests like Stephanie Marver, OJ Shansby and Anne-Sophie Deneve were greeted with a quartet of vignettes, each featuring custom wallpapers by sponsor de Gournay and dreamed up by four lauded designers to evoke different regions of the world—from Jonathan Rachman’s booth drawing on his native Indonesia to Catherine Kwong’s refined European-inspired salon depicting birds in flight. This year’s chair, Suzanne Tucker, joined guests and co-chairs including Aerin Lauder, Diane B. Wilsey, Laura King Pfaff and Ken Fulk to preview the 51 international dealers before opening on Thursday for its four-day run. Along with artist exhibitions, the multi-day event will feature over seven lectures, including a talk by leading art collector Chara Schreyer and her longtime interior design collaborator Gary Hutton as well as a panel by Suzanne Rheinstein, Madeline Stewart and Steven Volpe. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the show are going to Enterprise for High School Students—an organization which prepares and empowers Bay Area youth to pursue further education into their adulthood—making this treasure hunt all the more worthwhile.

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