The Winter Show | A Benefit for East Side House Settlement

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East Side House Settlement

East Side House is a community-based organization in the South Bronx, and the owner and beneficiary of The Winter Show. We work with schools, community centers and other partners to bring quality education and resources to residents of the Bronx and Northern Manhattan, helping improve the lives of approximately 10,000 individuals each year.

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Join us on Thursday, January 24 for Young Collectors Night, the must-attend event for young connoisseurs, emerging philanthropists, and art & design enthusiasts—all to benefit @eastsidehouseinc in the South Bronx. 🥂
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At #YCN2019 you'll enjoy a private viewing of The Winter Show, cocktails & hors d’oeuvres, and a chance to meet some of New York’s most illustrious designers and @dhwendygoodman, Design Editor of @nymag.
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Additionally, we are delighted to announce that @brooksbrothers returns as lead sponsor of the event, and that the brilliant @zacposen (Creative Director, Brooks Brothers Women’s Collection) will serve as Honorary Chair for a second year.
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Space is limited, so reserve your tickets today! Link in bio. ☝🏿☝🏾☝🏽☝🏼☝🏻
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Happy New Year from The Winter Show!
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We’re facing 2019 with open arms—and a dash of sapphire blue—and hope that you are, too!
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May 2019 bring you all you wish for ... plus a few acquisitions at the Show. 😘
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We look forward to celebrating our 65th Anniversary Sapphire Jubilee with you—from the Opening Night Party on January 17 and Young Collectors Night on January 24 to our daily hours from January 18-27!
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To learn more and reserve your tickets today, visit thewintershow.org
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Fair Highlight: Ormond Gigli, New York City (Models in Windows) [detail], 1960
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Courtesy of @peterfettermangallery

2019

Fair Catalogue

Two hundred and forty pages of fine art and antiques, architecture, interior design, luxury goods, and real estate, as well as essays on the Show’s 65-year history, the 2019 loan exhibition from Nantucket Historical Association, and East Side House Settlement, the fair’s owner and beneficiary.

The Show is a … galaxy of colliding worlds. Nearly every booth provides a glimpse into some areas of visual culture, from Egyptian antiquities to American folk art to postwar Italian art glass.

The New York Times