From Dec 3rd through Dec 7th, 2008. Pulse Miami returns to Soho Studios in Wynwood Art District to present its largest edition to date. Taking place December 3rd through 7th, 2008, concurrent with Art Basel Miami Beach, Pulse will feature a range of new exhibitors with 23 countries represented.
Pulse Miami 2008 will present a series of special programs, installations and events, features that have become a signature of the Pulse fairs. The large-scale sculpture and installation program will be curated by Claire Breukel, Executive Director of Miami’s Locust Projects. Breukel has selected works by Leo Villareal, Lincoln Schatz, Mike Estabrook & Ernest Conception, and Justin Cooper, among many others.
The Pulse Play video lounge will be curated by Cuban and Canadian based independent curator and critic Magda Gonzalez-Mora, a founder of the Havana Biennale, with works by Isabel Rocamora, Ferheen Haq, Mariana Vassileva, Rodolfo Pereza, and Lazaro Saavedra. Pulse Miami has partnered with the Financial Times and Core: to present a series of Core: conversations, daily panel discussions and breakfast talks on contemporary art and its market. Participants include contemporary artists, collectors, curators, and other distinguished art world leaders.
Pulse Miami 2008 will be also hosting the second edition of the acclaimed Geisai Miami. Produced by Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd., Takashi Murakami’s studio, and modeled after its original Japanese version, Geisai Miami will provide a group of 35 artists the opportunity to present their work directly to the public in a professional art fair setting.
Soho Studios. 2136 NW 1st Avenue
Miami, FL 33127