September 16, 2007 - PULSE Contemporary Art Fair - PULSE Contemporary Art Fair presents PULSE London
September 16, 2007

PULSE Contemporary Art Fair presents PULSE London

PULSE London
Invitational Contemporary Art Fair

Thursday 11 October–Sunday 14 October, 2007

Mary Ward House, 5-7 Tavistock Place, London, WC1H 9SN
Email: info [​at​] pulse-art.com
Telephone: + 44 (0) 20 7099 9293
Fax: 1 212 255 2024

Fair Hours:
1pm – 8pm Thursday 11 October
12pm – 8pm Friday 12 October
12pm – 8pm Saturday 13 October
12pm – 5pm Sunday 14 October

www.pulse-art.com

Building on its network of highly successful fairs in both Miami and New York, PULSE Contemporary Art Fair is pleased to announce the creation of PULSE London. This new venture has been added to PULSE’s growing line-up in response to demand from exhibitors who are now greatly anticipating the forthcoming London event. PULSE London — a four-day fair — will provide a highly visible international platform for the programs of over 40 established and emerging galleries from around the world, including PPOW (New York), Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art (Tel Aviv), Rubicon (Dublin,), White Space (Beijing), Shoshana Wayne Gallery (Los Angeles), Rhona Hoffman Gallery (Chicago) and DNA (Berlin). Fourteen international galleries will make their debut with PULSE in London.

Since its founding in Miami in December 2005 under the direction of Helen Allen, the expansion of PULSE Contemporary Art Fair has helped to broaden the global art fair market, presenting high-qualityinnovative artwork from innovative prominent galleries worldwide. PULSE Miami 2006 reported record breaking sales and near-double attendance with close to 12,000 visitors. The Wall Street Journal focused on the quality of works at PULSE compared to the other fairs, “You had only to go to the independent PULSE art fair, near the Design District, to get a shock of pleasure at work by established but non-celebrity artists”, while The Baer Faxt reported that visitors and art professionals had voted PULSE the best fair of all Miami fairs, “in a surprising tie” with Art Basel Miami Beach. PULSE New York 2007 attracted 9,500 attendees, up from 8,000 in 2006, bringing Magnus Muller from Berlin to report that it was “their best fair ever”.

PULSE London will be held at Mary Ward House, home of the legendary 19th-century novelist and social reformer Mary Ward. It is a unique facility located in London’s fashionable Bloomsbury district. This historic address is convenient to the city’s arts and culture destinations, including the British Museum, as well as Bloomsburys famed gardened squares.

PULSE London Exhibitors
Ambrosino Gallery (Miami), Bernhard Knaus Fine Art (Mannheim), bitforms gallery (New York), BravinLee Programs (New York), Catharine Clark Gallery (San Francisco), Changing Role Gallery (Naples), Charles Cowles Gallery (New York), Conner Contemporary Art (Washington D.C.), DCKT Contemporary (New York), DNA Gallery (Berlin), Fabio Tiboni Arte Contemporanea (Bologna), fiedler contemporary (Cologne), Finesilver Gallery (Houston), Freight + Volume (New York),Galería Senda (Barcelona), Galerie Anita Beckers (Frankfurt), Galerie Brunnhofer (Linz), GALERIE ERNST HILGER (Vienna), Galerie Stefan Röpke (Cologne),Galerie Volker Diehl (Berlin), Heather Marx Gallery (San Francisco), Jack Shainman Gallery (New York), Knoll Galeries Vienna + Budapest (Vienna/Budapest), Lora Reynolds Gallery (Austin), Lukas Feichtner Gallery (Vienna), Magnus Müller (Berlin)
Mark Moore Gallery (Santa Monica), Max Protetch (New York), moniquemeloche (Chicago), Nathan Larramendy Gallery (Ojai), Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art (Tel Aviv), P.P.O.W (New York), Perugi Artecontemporanea (Padoua), Priska C. Juschka Fine Art (New York), Rhona Hoffman (Chicago), Richard Levy Gallery (Albuquerque),Rubicon Gallery (Dublin), Russell LaMontagne (Boston), Shoshana Wayne Gallery (Santa Monica), Tokyo Gallery (Tokyo), Walter Maciel Gallery (Los Angeles), White Space (Beijing).
Sponsors
New York Residents
Renault
Contemporary
Ketel One
Complimentary Car Service:
A complimentary car service courtesy of Renault will be running between the Tavistock PlaceMary Ward House, Regent’s Park and Piccadilly throughout the duration of the fair. For schedule and details, please check www.pulse-art.com

New Venue for PULSE Miami 2007
PULSE Miami, the pioneering fair of the Wynwood District, will move from the tent it occupied for two years to the recently renovated, 40,000 sq. ft. + SOHO Building located just blocks away at 2136 NW 1st Avenue & NW 21st Street. The new venue offers a much more spacious environment to its exhibitors and collectors and will feature an outdoor lounge space, large scale installations and café. The fair will follow its successful format, representing 80 galleries invited by the PULSE Invitational Committee; however, this year the Committee hopes to expand the list of participating IMPULSE galleries who will be selected based on their submissions of one and two person projects. PULSE Miami will take place December 5-9, 2007.

For more information about PULSE, please visit www.pulse-art.com or call
US +1 (212) 255-2327 or UK +44 (0) 20 7099 9293

For further information on the program and interviews: Media contact — UK and International (except USA)
Jasmin Pelham or Fariel Karmali
JB Pelham PR
T. +44 (0)20 8969 3959
E. jasmin@jbpelhampr.com or fariel@jbpelhampr.com
Media Contact USA
Kirsten Moore
Blue Medium
T. +1 (212) 675-1800
E: Kirsten@bluemedium.com

Image:
U-Ram Choe
Varietal Urbanus Female, 2007
“Scientific Name” Anmopista Volaticus Floris Uram
Etched stainless steel, metal halide lamp, circuits, motors, CPU board, custom software, cable
75 x 75 x 141 cm (closed)
216 x 216 x 137 cm (open)
Edition of 5
Photo by David plakke Photo Courtesy: bitforms gallery nyc

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