Martha Walter Tuck's "Point Massachusetts" painting from the Guarisco Gallery in Washington DC (circa 1940) will be for sale at The Chicago Show.

Martha Walter Tuck's "Point Massachusetts" painting from the Guarisco Gallery in Washington DC (circa 1940) will be for sale at The Chicago Show.

Dolphin Promotions’ annual antiques, art and design show in Chicago, renamed The Chicago Show: Antiques & Art & Modern, will return to The Merchandise Mart October 6-9, 2022. The show brings together 50 premier national and international dealers of fine antique furniture, jewelry, silver and decorative and fine arts, from ancient to 20th Century.

Taking place in the Merchandise Mart’s 7th floor exhibition space, the event is the largest antiques and modernism show in the Chicago area and regularly draws thousands of attendees. This year there will be an emphasis on 20th Century design, focused on mid-century modern, with the return of Studio Sonja Milan and Glen Leroux Antiques along with the addition of Modern State Atelier and The Art of Time.

The Woman’s Board of Northwestern Memorial Hospital is partnering with the show to host a not-to-be-missed opening night celebration and other fundraising events surrounding its return. For the opening night preview party on Thursday, October 6, famed interior designer and ambassador of antiques Alessandra Branca will serve as Honorary Chair alongside friend Bronson van Wyck, one of the world’s leading authorities on hospitality and entertaining, who will serve as the Master of Celebrations.

Co-chairs for the event are Woman’s Board members Suzette Bulley (chair) with co-chairs Beth Hughes, Keevie Silvay and Heather Webster.

(More details here: thechicagoshow.net)

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