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LA's contemporary art scene is one of the most vibrant and exciting in the world, and the seeds for what we appreciate now were planted after World War II. The Getty's Pacific Standard Time an epic and far reaching mega programming series of events, bringing together countless LA art institutions to explore and celebrate every art movement in LA from 1945-1980.
Coinciding with the kickoff of Pacific Standard Time, Art Platform Los Angeles launched its first art fair with just under 100 galleries and art spaces represented. Also represented was a strong sense of style, a daring bit of whimsy and some of the best looks we've seen under one roof in a long time. We saw a fearless use of color, strong accessories, great vintage, and quirky designer pieces. Click through the gallery to see photos from one of the artiest parties we've been to in a while.
· Art Platform LA [Official Site]
· Pacific Standard Time [Official Site]