April 8th-11th: AD 20/21 in Boston

From the AD 20/21 Art & Design of the 20th and 21st Centuries & The Boston Print Fair website:

“April 8-11, 2010, The Cyclorama

At The Boston Center for The Arts
539 Tremont Street, in the South End

50 Select Exhibitors from the U.S. & Europe

The four-day AD 20/21 features an outstanding array of fine art as well as decorative arts in all disciplines representing design movements such as Art Nouveau, Art Deco, and Mid-Century Modern. Notably, the show includes outstanding 21st century studio furniture, glass, ceramics, decorative arts, jewelry, photography, and more. The show also now includes the 11th Annual Boston Print Fair, showcasing 15 dealers in fine prints, photography, drawings and works on paper. It is the first fair to bridge the gap between historical styles and contemporary works, with a goal of deepening collectors’ appreciation for both.

AD 20/21’s Gala Preview Party is the Boston Architectural College’s only fundraising event of the year. This gathering provides a fantastic venue for supporters of the BAC to interact with the design community, collectors, and patrons of the arts. An evening designed to foster and strengthen these ties to the College, party-goers enjoy a catered event, festive music, the first choice of a dazzling array of fine art and design, and of course the camaraderie of supporting BAC students.

See the entire itinerary for this event by clicking here.

Visit AD 20/21 on Facebook by clicking here.

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