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Vintage dealers to gather for Downtown Modernism show Sunday

Vintage dealers to gather for Downtown Modernism show Sunday
California dealers will offer vintage furnishings and other goods at the second annual Downtown Modernism show on Sunday. (Modernica)

At last year's Downtown Modernism show, midcentury design fans were treated to a surplus of vintage furnishings by Hans Wegner, Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames, and Harry Bertoia, among others.

The show's latest incarnation, to be held Sunday in the parking lot of the Modernica factory near downtown Los Angeles, will be no different. Noted local dealers Shopclass, Reform Gallery and Tamara Kaye's House of Honey have signed up for the show.

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Be on the lookout for modern furniture, lighting, patio furniture and chairs and more chairs at the outdoor market, which will be set up like a vintage flea market.

The event will include a collection of restored vintage trailers from Funky Junk Farms, culinary offerings from the Border Grill food truck, Cafecito Organico organic coffee and Sweet Lucie's homemade organic ice cream.

Downtown Dog Rescue will be hosting a booth of rescued and adoptable pets at the event, so prepare yourself for the possibility of leaving with more than just a molded plywood chair.

Downtown Modernism show, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday. Modernica Factory, 2901 Saco St., Los Angeles. Admission is $5. Children 12 and younger, free.

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