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PULSE Miami 2012

| November 27, 2012 | Calendar

PULSE Contemporary Art Fair presents PULSE Miami 2012, a leading art fair dedicated to international contemporary art, from December 6-9, 2012, at The Ice Palace Studios in Miami. Currently in its eighth edition, PULSE Miami will open on Tuesday, December 4, 2012, with a special preview evening and silent auction, hosted by artnet Auctions, benefiting the Lotus House Women’s Shelter in Miami. This year’s fair will be home to eighty-six national and international galleries, presenting exhibitions that span across all media, from works on paper, paintings, and sculptures, to performances, installations, and video art.

New international exhibitors joining PULSE Miami this season include The Fine Art Society Contemporary (London), presenting works by Chris Levine, celebrated for his iconic TIME cover portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II, and Rob and Nick Carter; Nuova Galleria Morone (Milan), showing legendary Italian conceptual artist Maria Lai; Galerie Alex Daniels/Reflex Amsterdam (Amsterdam) featuring a diverse roster of international talents; VIGO GALLERY (London) displaying collaborative geometric paintings by Biggs and Collings; espaivisor – Visor Gallery (Valencia) featuring Columbian artists Miguel Angel Rojas and Alberto Baraya Gay, as well as British artist Hamish Fulton; Galerie Wittenbrink (Munich) offering pieces by Florian Thomas; and ALARCON CRIADO (Sevilla) featuring Nicolas Grospierre; amongst others.

Additional highlights include Danziger Gallery (New York), showing photographs by “The Sartorialist” Scott Schuman, and works by Robert Frank, and Edward Weston; Yossi Milo Gallery (New York), displaying Chris McCaw’s unique sunburn images, Charles Freger’s Wilder Mann series, as well as works by Matthew Brandt, Pieter Hugo and Alison Rossiter; Josée Bienvenu Gallery (New York) offering pieces by Julianne Swartz and Ken Solomon; Shoshana Wayne Gallery (Santa Monica), featuring Smithsonian American Art Museum’s 2012 Contemporary Artist Award winner, Kathy Butterly; NIEVES FERNANDEZ (Madrid) presenting Japanese installation artist Chiharu Shiota; VON LINTEL GALLERY (New York) bringing a group showing of works by Marco Breuer, Catherine Howe, Canan Tolon, and others; GALERIE STEFAN ROEPKE (Cologne/Madrid) displaying works from Bulgarian native, Iva Gueorguieva; Rosamund Felsen Gallery (Santa Monica) featuring a solo painting installation by Kim MacConnel; James Harris Gallery (Seattle) showing abstract paintings by Karin Davie; Jonathan Ferrara Gallery (New Orleans), offering vibrant etchings by Tony Fitzpatrick; LMAKprojects (New York) introducing quilted works by Sabrina Gschwandtner; and Jonathan LeVine Gallery (New York), launching a solo project by acclaimed French street artist Invader.

PULSE prides itself on its longstanding relationship with many of its core galleries. Such galleries that have exhibited with PULSE Miami since its earliest days include Galerie Anita Beckers (Frankfurt), bitforms (New York), Freight+Volume (New York), ftc. Berlin (Berlin), Davidson Contemporary (New York), Hilger modern/contemporary (Vienna), Mixed Greens (New York), Mark Moore Gallery (Culver City), Yancey Richardson Gallery (New York), GALERIE STEFAN ROEPKE (Cologne/Madrid), Julie Saul Gallery (New York), Schroeder Romero (New York), Carrie Secrist Gallery (Chicago), Galeria SENDA (Barcelona), Margaret Thatcher Projects (New York), TORCH (Amsterdam), VON LINTEL GALLERY (New York), and Pavel Zoubok Gallery (New York).

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