Go Inside the LA Art Show Premiere With Lubov Azria

The stars descended on the Los Angeles Convention Center to celebrate art at the opening night premiere party for the LA Art Show. Hosted by Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman, all proceeds from the special event benefited St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® in its effort to fight pediatric cancer. The exclusive gathering featured unforgettable performance-art pieces, special installations and live music. As an internationally diverse art platform, the LA Art Show began in 2010 to bring together the most high-profile art pieces and provide a unique opportunity for collectors. The Dishmaster caught up with Lubov Azria on the red carpet, and the Chief Creative Officer of BCBGMAXAZRIAGROUP graciously discussed the intersection of art and fashion, along with her favorite works of art.

Lubov Azria, Chief Creative Officer, BCBGMAXAZRIA
Lubov Azria, Chief Creative Officer, BCBGMAXAZRIA

How does art inform the inspiration for your collections?

In absolutely every way. The collections are about distilling what’s new and what next and art does just that. It provokes thought and innovation and when done right . . .  it inspires.

What artists most inspire you?

Young and emerging artists with a fresh take on the established art world that have something to say. Artists that take risks but yet stay true to their own narrative and aesthetic.

What is the most memorable piece of art you ever purchased?

They say art is the gift that keeps on giving. This is especially true of a piece in my home by artist Howard Hallis. Every time I walk past it I see something new or notice something that I hadn’t seen before. It’s a great conversation starter, and I enjoy looking at it every day!

What city have you visited with the most thriving art scene?

[LAUGHS] I get to travel a lot and wherever I am I gravitate toward art exhibits and galleries. I have to say Beijing, because there was art everywhere and in a country where free speech and freedom of expression have not always been the norm, I feel the art has become the medium for people to tell their story, their dreams, their fears, and above all — their hopes.

Enjoy more pictures from inside the event below.

LA ART SHOW NINE

LA ART SHOW SEVEN

LA ART SHOW EIGHT

LA ART SHOW FIVE

LA ART SHOW FOUR

LA ART SHOW ONE

LA ART SHOW SIX

LA ART SHOW THREE

LA ART SHOW TWO

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