Bal Harbour Art Nights

Conceptual & Performance Art at Bal Harbour

Bert Rodriguez dons a Jawbreaker Necklace

It was non-stop fun at Bal Harbour Art Nights at the Bal Harbour Shops. From Saks to Neiman’s and several stops in between, the evening featured an innovative selection of conceptual and performance art.

At Saks Fifth Avenue Bal Harbour “food met performance” as Bert Rodriguez created a collection of delectable candy jewelry and Susan Lee-Chun featured her Yummy ChunBuns in a Sol Le Witt inspired structure. The always enchanting TM Sisters exhibited an interactive video game installation in the north courtyard. In the south courtyard “Salute to Motown” by the Overtown Music Project featured Bobby Stringer of the International Platters. Neiman Marcus Bal Harbour went BoHo Chic with an exhibition that featured a fashion show with a unique video and live musical installation by Christy Gast.

Conceptual and performance art melded together nicely at Bal Harbour.

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