You’re sure to see midcentury aficionado Courteney Cox Arquette shopping at this year’s LA Modernism show, where 90 dealers will be showcasing their art and furniture finds from 1900-1980. The two-day event is being produced by David Boses, who is pretty much The Man of modernism. We’re most interested in seeing show’s centerpiece, a kiosk designed for the 1964 World’s Fair by Charles and Ray Eames. The 10-foot kiosk was created for the legendary IBM Pavillion, and was previously considered lost.
But we’re way excited because our favorite faux-fashionista, Will Ferrell, has been tapped to host the opening gala:
“I’m very excited to be a part of the LA Modernism Show. I’ve always loved modern and contemporary furniture and art because it’s so modern and contemporary. I promise not to break anything.”
Gala is May 5, tickets are $75
Show is May 6-7, tickets are $15
More details here.