Beyond the Art | A few fashion moments at Art Los Angeles Contemporary

Ajarb Bernanrd Ategwa, Cameroon artist, ALAC, Peres Projects, Barker Hangar, Santa Monica Ajarb Bernanrd Ategwa, Cameroon artist | ALAC, Peres Projects, Barker Hangar, Santa Monica

Art fairs thrive when visitors experience emotional moments of engagement with the art and a sense of camaraderie among other attendees.  A visually stimulating component of this experience is the fashion – what are people wearing.  In heightening their experience, art enthusiasts dress to express their creative style and add another art viewing dimension.

Art Los Angeles Contemporary (ALAC) welcomed over 15,000 international visitors to its 10th Anniversary edition, which took place over 5 days (February 13-17) at the historic Barker Hangar in Santa Monica. This fair, which has been a vital contributor in establishing Los Angeles as a major art city, presented more than 100 exhibitors from 19 countries.

A celebration of bold artworks and fashion.  EDGE highlights a few exhibit and style moments.

Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2019, Photo EDGExpo.com
Matthew Stone, artist, Los Angeles debut | ALAC, The Hole gallery NYC
Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2019, Photo EDGExpo.com
Stripe, Blue Tip Hair
Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2019, Photo EDGExpo.com
Devin Troy Strother, artist | ALAC, Richard Heller Gallery
Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2019, Photo EDGExpo.com
Identity hair and pop of color
Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2019, Photo EDGExpo.com
Man in Black
Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2019, Photo EDGExpo.com
A Leopard Moment
Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2019, EDGExpo.com
Man in Black – investigator?

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Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2019, EDGExpo.com
Ajarb Bernanrd Ategwa, Cameroon artist | ALAC, Peres Projects, Barker Hangar, Santa Monica