The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art transformed into a multivenue art party this season for its premier fundraising gala, the Modern Ball.
Now in its 8th year, the 2012 Mid-Winter Gala had the support of Chanel as Marquee Sponsor for the first time ever, and one could sense the elegant Chanel touch throughout the evening.
Only in its forth year, SF20/21, held at the Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason, has had a big impact on the modern design scene, and it has continued to grow its repertoire. Claudia Juestel attended the recent 2011 show, and reported back on what she found.
San Francisco 20th Century Art and Design Show, is on its way to become the West Coast’s preeminent modernism show. Today, designer Claudia Juestel reports on the opening of the 2010 show.
The 3rd Annual San Francisco 20th Century Modernism Show & Sale (SF20), will return on September 16-19, 2010, to Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason Center.
Tipping Point Community, the Bay Area’s leading poverty-fighting organization, raised $6 million during its recently held annual benefit for 2010.
Lyn Devon recently debuted her new ready-to-wear collection in San Francisco at a private event co-hosted by Heidi Castelein, Kathryn Lasater and Katie Schwab at Hilary McInerney’s elegant art-filled home.
Worn by Sarah Jessica Parker and Lake Bell, the Lyn Devon collection is finally about to debut in San Francisco with a private party hosted by Hilary McInerney, Heidi Castelein, Kathryn Lasater and Katie Schwab.
On January 20th, the San Francisco Ballet Auxiliary hosted Silver Celebration honoring Helgi Tomasson’s 25 years as Artistic Director, and launching SF Ballet’s 2010 season.
SF20, the San Francisco 20th Century Art and Design Show, was a big success this year and clearly showed tremendous growth from its inception only a year ago.
Roth Martin and Steven Volpe, owners of Hedge, the beautiful gallery on Gold Street which specializes in 20th and 21st century pieces, recently held a kick off party to honor the Host Committee for SF20.
Beringer Vineyard recently hosted an elegant black-tie dinner celebrating the complete restoration of the landmark Rhine House in St. Helena.
It’s hardly possible for the opening party of Barneys in San Francisco to have been more glamorous.