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Aisha DeBerry,Torrance Hall and John DeBerry
Photo by Sonia Recchia
Curtesy of Getty Images for Max Mara
Gregoriane Minot
Photo by Sonia Recchia
Curtesy of Getty Images for Max Mara
A general view of atmosphere
Photo by Sonia Recchia
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A general view of atmosphere
Photo by Sonia Recchia
Curtesy of Getty Images for Max Mara
A general view of atmosphere
Photo by Sonia Recchia
Getty Images for Max Mara
Kardinal Offishall and Torrance Hall
Photo by Sonia Recchia
Curtesy of Getty Images for Max Mara
A general view of atmosphere
Photo by Sonia Recchia
Curtesy of Getty Images for Max Mara
A general view of atmosphere
Photo by Sonia Recchia
Curtesy of Getty Images for Max Mara
A general view of atmosphere
Photo by Sonia Recchia
Getty Images for Max Mara
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Power Ball XIX: Stereo Vision, presented by Max Mara

By Nicole Gabe

June 7, 2017

The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery hosted “Power Ball XIX: Stereo Vision” on June 1 in Toronto. The event, sponsored by Max Mara, led hundreds of guests through a captivating experience where they analyzed the connection between “the real and the represented,” alternate realities and multiple dimensions. Different interactive art installations located throughout the space fused art, food, fashion, and culture.

Luxury Italian fashion house Max Mara welcomed guests, including Pedro&Juana, Francesco Pedraglio, Daniel Barrow, Tyler Shaw, Amanda Brugel, Sarah Gadon, Kardinall Offishall, Kristin Booth, Fefe Dobson, Mike and Rhianna Weaver, Ann Kaplan, Jana Webb, Joan Kelley Walker, Gregoriane Minot, Hayley Elsaesser, Dean and Dan Caten. Guests enjoyed an outdoor terrace designed by by Paul Zingrone.

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Aisha DeBerry,Torrance Hall and John DeBerry
Photo by Sonia Recchia
Curtesy of Getty Images for Max Mara

Torrance Hall, a 17-year old photographer from Virginia, and winner of the National YoungArts Foundation’s 2017 Max Mara Young Visionary Award featured his latest photography series, “Outstet,” as well.

At the VIP reception, Pedro&Juana collaborated with Francesco Pedraglio to create a party within a party, consisting of six vignette performances during the reception. Drake Catering created a menu to complement the theme of the night.

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Gregoriane Minot
Photo by Sonia Recchia
Curtesy of Getty Images for Max Mara

Canadian artist Daniel Barrow presented Learning to Breathe Underwater and House on Fire. Barrow’s work is made up of fantasy, empathy, isolation and queerness. Kelly Richardson, a leading emerging artist working with digital technologies, presented The Erudition.

This year’s entertainment sponsor, WayHome Music & Arts filled the east terrace with the sounds of Toronto duo Darcys. DJ Ralph and DJ Yuknodis kept guests entertained in the main gallery all evening.

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A general view of atmosphere
Photo by Sonia Recchia
Curtesy of Getty Images for Max Mara
Amanda BrugelAnn KaplanDaniel BarrowDarcys Dj RalphDJ YuknodisFefe DobsonFrancesco PedraglioJana WebbJoan KelleyKardinall OffishallKristin BoothMax MaraMike WeaverNational YoungArts FoundationPedro&JuanaPower Plant Contemporary Art GalleryRhianna WeaverSarah GadonStereo VisionTorrance HallTyler ShawWayHome Music & Arts

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