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PULSE: Miami

November 5, 2009


Andrea Meislin Gallery is eagerly anticipating PULSE: Miami, December 3-6.

From the PULSE website:

PULSE Contemporary Art Fair is the leading US art fair dedicated solely to contemporary art. Held annually in New York and Miami, PULSE bridges the gap between main and alternative fairs and provides participating galleries with a platform to present new works to a strong and growing audience of collectors, art professionals and art lovers.

The Fair is divided into two sections and is comprised of a mix of established and emerging galleries vetted by a committee of prominent international dealers. The IMPULSE section presents galleries invited by the Committee to present solo exhibitions of artist’s work created in the past two years.

In addition, PULSE develops original cultural programming with a series of large-scale installations, its PULSE Play> video lounge, the PULSE Performance events, and the recently launched PULSE Profiles series of artists and curators talks. The PULSE Prize is awarded in New York and in Miami to one of the artists presented in the IMPULSE section. PULSE supports numerous nonprofit art organizations and schools.

This year the fair moves to the Ice Palace, located at 1400 North Miami Avenue in the Media and Entertainment District. Be sure to stop by our boothE-200 – which will feature works by Alina and Jeff Bliumis, Barry Frydlender, Amy Simon, Lili Almog, Karen Yasinsky, Lillian Birnbaum, Itamar Jobani, Fred Valentine, Shelley Adler, and Michal Chelbin (including her work Stas, winner of third place in this year’s Taylor Wessing National Portrait Prize Competition).

bliumis be happy

Be Happy (Alina and Jeff Bliumis) Installation View at Black and White Project Space, Brooklyn, NY Spring 2009

Muslim Woman #16 (Almog)

No. 4 (Simon)

No. 4 (Simon)

frydlender string

String (Frydlender)

Read more about PULSE here.

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