Texas Contemporary Art Fair VIP Kickoff

What:  VIP Kickoff for the 2018 Texas Contemporary Art Fair   Where:  BeDesign   PC Moment:  The glamorous interiors enclave BeDesign was the site of an intimate but chic cocktail kickoff for the  seventh installment of the Texas Contemporary Art Fair , which is proudly returning after Hurricane Harvey postponed the Fair a year ago.

What: VIP Kickoff for the 2018 Texas Contemporary Art Fair

Where: BeDesign

PC Moment: The glamorous interiors enclave BeDesign was the site of an intimate but chic cocktail kickoff for the seventh installment of the Texas Contemporary Art Fair, which is proudly returning after Hurricane Harvey postponed the Fair a year ago.

Co-owners Adrián Dueñas and Marcelo Saenz invited the art-savvy crowd for a toast to the Fair and to pick up their VIP pass cards.

BeDesign, in collaboration with Contour Interior Design, has created a smartly designed VIP Lounge for the Fair, which kicked off Thursday, October 4, at the George R. Brown Convention Center. The Fair runs through Sunday, October 7.

Dueñas told PaperCity the VIP Lounge will offer retrospectives of some of the signature designers BeDesign represents, including Zanotta, B&B Italia and Molteni & C.

Find information about obtaining a VIP pass, which provides access to this curated lounge here.

Who: Fair director Kelly Freeman; Contour Interior Design’s Tanner Doggett and Elyse Krueger; Texas Contemporary’s event planner Matt Johns; Houston Symphony’s Liam Bonner with wife Meredith Bonner; exhibiting dealers including Galeria Moro’s Rodrigo Rosquete-Leonardi, in from Venezuela, Enrique Guerrero of Mexico City and Houston, and exhibiting consultant Elise Arnoult Miller; Elise Glattier-Hollingsworth and Denzil Hollingsworth (he with The Houston Design Center); collector Ken Christie; interior designer Anne Breux; Karen Lix; marketing guru Sofia Gambara; Marcela Astralaga; Ivan and Dr. Ted Voloyiannis; Denise Partridge; Nicole De Bacco and Raul Martinez, set to wed next month in Venezuela; Art of the World’s Mauricio Sampogna; and PaperCity‘s Mary Hoang-Do.