Thank you to our interior design business partners who generously support our programming throughout the year. If you are interested in learning more about our partnerships and how they can benefit your business, please contact us.
Modern Luxury Interiors makes living well an art form. Offering an insider’s look behind the hedges and into the doors of the most prestigious zip codes across the U.S., they create meaningful connections between the most affluent consumers across the U.S. and the industry insiders helping to set the trends that define our style.
Founded in 1982 as Chicago Gallery News, CGN is keeper of the city’s art history, a voice for members of the art community as well as an unparalleled resource for those who want to learn about and explore art in Chicago and the Midwest. Today, we continue to publish in print 3 times a year. Our magazines and website feature over 120 galleries and arts institutions and their exhibitions and specialties. We also list scores of art and design-related businesses and resources, arts nonprofits and alternative spaces, artist studios, and art centers. CGN features a series of art profiles, highlighting the unique perspectives of the region’s art dealers, artists, designers and collectors.
Luxe Interiors + Design is the largest architecture and design brand in the country. LUXE reaches a highly discerning audience of affluent consumers, design professionals and industry influencers. It boasts a rate base of 480,000 and total print and digital audience of 12M+. Published by SANDOW, a leader in innovation and design.
Intersect Art and Design comprises three art fairs: Intersect Aspen (formerly Art Aspen), Intersect Chicago (formerly SOFA Chicago), and Intersect Palm Springs (formerly Art Palm Springs). Through art, and the diverse voices of our exhibitors and their artists, we encourage discussions that promote social awareness and foster positive change. Intersect Chicago (formerly SOFA—Sculpture Objects Functional Art and Design)—running since 1993, takes place annually at Chicago’s Navy Pier, presenting two and three-dimensional artworks that cross the boundaries of fine art, decorative art, fiber arts, and design.