Power Ball 2016

The Notorious Art Party: Power Ball

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The Notorious Art Party: Power Ball

Power Ball began in 1999 and has since been thriving as a determined fundraising event that provides essential funds for exhibitions and public programs at The Power Plant. This event has since set the bar as one of the most influential and lively art galas in the Toronto area. The gala attracts sophisticated well known guests, which brings together the world of fashion, cinema, media, finance, advertising, music and of course the visual arts. Power Ball is famous for transforming each gallery space into an interactive art experience, allowing guests to enjoy the lavishness of a vibrant gathering, all while being surrounded by site specific works of art. Some important past artists include CONFETTI SYSTEM, Jon Rafman, Jesi the Elder, Marisa Hoika and Philippe Blanchard.

Power Ball 2016This year The Power Plant is collaborating with fashion house Max Mara again to represent Toronto’s legendary art party, Power Ball XVIII: Pleasure Principal, which will take place on Thursday June 2 at 7:00 pm. A night that will be filled with fabulous art including projects by:
Coryn Kempster and Julia Jamrozik (BACKOFFICE),
Laura Kikauka,
Lorna Mills,
Jordan Söderberg Mills,
Karen Tam.

The evening will also feature a VIP Performance & Party featuring a situation-specific work by genre-evading performance artist: Ryan McNamara.

Submit to the requests of pleasure and indulge yourself in an evening of art discovery, adventure and desire seeking pieces, while surrounded by incredible art installations, performances, drinks and more. You get all this plus, it is in support of the ambitious exhibitions and programming at The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery.

Buy tickets now by following this link, for all your ticket information.

About Max Mara:
Achille Maramotti officially established the Max Mara fashion house in 1951. At that time he was one of the first men to anticipate that industrial processes could support the production of high quality designer clothing. Over the years, designers for the Max Mara brand included some of the most important future names like Karl Lagerfeld, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Dolce & Gabbana, Narciso Rodriguez, Luciano Soprani, Anne-Marie Beretta and Guy Paulin.