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105 Star Starred
Fort Mason Center - Festival Pavilion
Off Marina Blvd. at Buchanan Street San Francisco, CA 94109
415-345-7557
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20 events
3 reviews
6 stars
We saw some food in the back, but the pricing was a little on the expensive side. We grabbed some food at Safeway across and had a picnic facing the water
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20 events
3 reviews
6 stars
The weather was Super hot!. I wore jeans, shirt and flats.
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San Francisco Arts of Pacific Asia Show
56 ratings
4.0 average rating
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658 events
377 reviews
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attended Feb 04 2011

Food selection was limited but tasty. Very high-end objects and prices. My favorite part was the extensive, free exhibition of propaganda-themed garments fron Japan. Also, don't miss the smaller, but very cool "beauty of sex" objects! Includes...continued

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154 events
114 reviews
45 stars
attended Feb 03 2012

I thoroughly enjoyed the show. I would have said, before going, that the arts of Asia were not my favorite style of art, but the show was extremely varied, exhibiting traditional artwork, furniture, and rugs from that area, as well as more modern...continued

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70 events
39 reviews
20 stars
attended Feb 07 2010

Look forward to The San Francisco Arts of Pacific Asia Show every year. I have attended the show for many years. Want to attend for many years to come.

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Description

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.