New and Outstanding Dealers to See at Show

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The inside track on what’s new at the Palm Springs Modernism Show & Sale.

The Palm Springs Modernism Show & Sale returns to the Palm Springs Convention Center for the 16th year in a row.  With over 80 premier national and international dealers presenting their best furniture, decorative and fine arts, it can be hard to see everything. So here’s a look at some of the new dealers that will be making an appearance at the show for the first time this year, as well as a few stand outs that are not to be missed.

Hennessey + Ingalls, the largest art, architecture and design bookstore in the western United States, has been named the Show’s official bookseller. Founded in 1963 as an outlet for rare and out-of-print architecture books, the family-owned company’s in-depth selections of books in art and art history, all phases of architecture, photography, interior design, graphic design and landscaping has made it a valued member of the vibrant art, architecture and design communities in Southern California and beyond. Book signings at the Hennessey + Ingalls booth will be announced later this month.

New dealers exhibiting at the Show in 2016 will be Royle of Miami and Pierre Anthony Galleries of New York City and Miami, both showing fabulous American and European midcentury furniture including pieces by Italian designer Gabriella Crespi. The Butler and the Chef from San Francisco is another first-time exhibitor, specializing in vintage French and European industrial design.

Returning favorites include a La MOD, Christopher Anthony Ltd., Porter & Plunk and Route 66 West of Palm Springs; Dragonette Ltd., Fat Chance, Off The Wall, PCH Modern and Reform of Los Angeles; Katz Modern, Le Kube, Rosebud and Vintage European Posters from the Bay Area; Atomic Bazaar, Design/One, House of Blu, Objects:USA and Vestige of San Diego; Studio 101 of Santa Barbara; Palette Contemporary of Albuquerque; Red Modern Furniture of Phoenix; Sputnik Modern and of Dallas; Casa Navarro of Santa Fe; Modern Décor of Ann Arbor, MI; Ursus Books & Prints of New York; and AHRRS, Inc. Contemporary of Paris.

The show opens on Friday, February 12 with a gala Preview Reception benefitting Modernism Week from 6 – 9 p.m. The Show continues Saturday (10 a.m. – 6 p.m.), Sunday (10 a.m. – 5 p.m.), and Monday (10 a.m. – 4 p.m.). Weekend tickets are $20 and are available for purchase at the door or in advance here.