Famed for its wide array of decorative pieces and furnishings, the Philadelphia Antiques Show and Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced the Show will move to a new home in Center City Philadelphia –The Pennsylvania Convention Center. The change in venue invites fantastic updates to the 2012 Show, including a larger floor plan and a fresh, new logo to bring antiques into the 21st century.
Originated in 1962, The Philadelphia Antiques Show has grown to be one of the most prominent shows in the United States famed for its wide array of decorative pieces and furnishings. The Show hand selects dealers and galleries that offer visitors the finest quality of unique, timeless treasures to add a touch of history and elegance to today’s American home. Proceeds from the Show benefit Penn Medicine. The 2012 Show marks its 51st year as the major fundraiser for Penn Medicine to support innovative programs with direct impact on patient care.
(Photos by Andre Flewellen. Top Photo: Mayor Michael A. Nutter and 2012 Show Chairwoman Gretchen Riley unveil the new logo. Bottom photo: Director of Sales and Marketing for the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Russell R. Kice; Mayor Michael A. Nutter; and 2012 Show Chairwoman Gretchen Riley with the new logo.)