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Last Wednesday evening, Bally CEO Frédérick De Narp along with artists Zak Kitnick and Kolkoz welcomed guests to the opening reception for the newest installment of Bally’s traveling exhibition “Function and Modernity.” This installment, called “Triangle Walks,” was conceived for Art Basel Miami Beach and features a fully restored Jean Prouve house, commissioned works by Kitnick and Kolkoz, and furniture from Bally’s Modernist collection, including original pieces from Robert Mallet-Stevens, Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret.
The celebration of architecture, art and design was held in the gardens of The Delano South Beach, and featured a cocktail reception followed by a private dinner. DJ Harley Vera Newton provided the tunes, and a milieu of personalities from the fashion, art and entertainment worlds joined the fun, including Catherine Malandrino, Derek Blasberg, and Cameron Silver.
“Function and Modernity” began with an installation in Art Basel Switzerland in June of this year, and will conclude with another at Design Shanghai in March 2015. Its Miami manifestation was open to the public by appointment from December 4- 7.