San Francisco Arts of Pacific Asia Show: Art and Antiques from China, Japan and More
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The last date listed for San Francisco Arts of Pacific Asia Show was Sunday February 5, 2012 / 11:00am-5:00pm.
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On the waterfront in San Francisco’s historic Fort Mason Center, the San Francisco Arts of Pacific Asia Show brings more than 10,000 exquisite antiques, textiles and art from Pacific Asia, to the West Coast. This event, the oldest and largest vetted exhibtion in the United States brings together Asian art specialists from Asia, Europe and North America.
Since its commencement, this event has been regarded as a hallmark on the San Francisco social calendar, consistently drawing a high-profile audience of museum and arts professionals as well as arts enthusiasts.