Best known for its fantastic selection of furniture and lighting, 20th Century Cincinnati also features period decorative objects, housewares, pop culture memorabilia, and fashion!
20th Century Cincinnati is Queen City’s annual retrospective of vintage modern design: the avant-garde art, architecture, furnishings, decor and fashions that emerged between WW I and the Information Age. Fueled by new technologies, materials and popular culture, Modernist trends included Arts & Crafts, Art Deco, Machine Age, Streamline, Mid-Century Modern and Op/Pop styles. Many of these innovative designs were so far ahead of their times that they seem to have anticipated 21st-century lifestyles.
WEEKEND TICKET - $10
Use this ticket for entry on both Saturday and Sunday (does not include the Java preview).
SATURDAY JAVA PREVIEW
$30 IN ADVANCE, $40 AT THE DOOR
Preview admission includes the exclusive 9:00 am – 11:00 am Saturday shopping period, complimentary coffee, tea & juice bar, and a full weekend pass.
SPECIAL EXHIBIT - FREE
SFORZINA: DESIGNS FOR A MODERN AMERICA
Denise E. Allen, granddaughter of Sforzina, will join us to discuss her journey to reintroduce the world to her grandfather’s designs.
This free event is open to the public and made possible through a partnership with the Art Deco Society of Washington D.C.
10am Sunday in the hallway outside the exhibit hall.
Vist www.20thCenturyCincinnati.com for more details.
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