An established part of the annual art calendar, PULSE Contemporary Art Fair provides its international community of emerging and established galleries with a dynamic platform for connecting with a global audience. PULSE Miami Beach now returns to its oceanfront home at Indian Beach Park this December for its fourteenth strong edition.
Under the guidance of Director Katelijne De Backer, the event will bring together over 70 galleries, including exhibitors from Canada, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Scotland, South Africa, Switzerland and Ukraine among others.
Housed within two spacious pavilions on the beach, the fair will offer a multi-faceted and engaging experience with a range of works from national and international artists. PULSE’s North Tent will highlight established galleries presenting multi-artist booths, while the South Tent presents SOLO exhibitions, whose artists are eligible for the PULSE PRIZE, as well as CONVERSATIONS, dual-artist shows encouraging galleries to explore conceptual dialogues between artists they represent.
“…There will also be the first time exhibitors such as Arusha Gallery from Edinburgh, representing new and established artists, whose work ranges from bronze sculptures to figurative paintings; Galerie Koo from Hong Kong, representing established and emerging artists from different parts of the world—mainly Hong Kong, Asia & Europe; Phylogeny Contemporary from Seattle, generating a creative dialogue between artists, gallery and the public through solo and group shows of cutting-edge, forward-thinking art; and PYTHONGALLERY from Zurich, representing national and international contemporary positions that are covering a wide range of media; among others….”