Objects of Art Santa Fe, the city’s favorite summer showcase for unique, one-of-a-kind historic and contemporary works from around the world, returns August 10–13 with more than 70 prestigious gallery owners and other exhibitors presenting thousands of choice art objects handmade by master artists and designers in a range of media. Prices range from $25 to over $100,000 and now in its eighth year, the show is widely known as an exhibition of exceptional aesthetics, style, and design. The four-day event will take place Thursday through Sunday at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe in the Santa Fe Railyard. The event will kick off on Thursday evening, August 10, with an opening gala from 6 to 9 p.m. benefiting New Mexico PBS. The show continues from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday through Sunday, August 11–13. Admission includes a special viewing of Homage to the Square, a groundbreaking exhibit of twenty-five early Navajo rugs and blankets c.1870-1950, juxtaposed against a series of original modern artworks utilizing simple polygon design and complex color interaction. Objects of Art Santa Fe offers a global melding of the world’s best historic materials and fine art—from ethnographic materials to modernist furniture to contemporary art and fashion. Exhibitors with expertise in global art, culture, and creativity display hand-picked objects intended to appeal to the sensibilities of modern-day collectors who are not afraid to mix the old and the new.