February 19, 2011 - PULSE Contemporary Art Fair - New York
February 19, 2011

New York

Heather Gwen Martin, “Sniper,” 2010.
Oil on linen, 48 x 67 inches.*

PULSE New York
March 3-6, 2011

March 3, 1 pm–8 pm
March 4–5 12 pm–8 pm
March 6, 12 pm–5 pm

The Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th Street | New York, NY 10011

The 2011 edition of PULSE New York makes its debut in its new home at Metropolitan Pavilion from March 3-6, 2011. PULSE New York 2011 will host 63 exhibitors across two floors in a pristine, recently-renovated setting while continuing its signature series of special projects.

In recognition of the hectic New York art fair week, PULSE New York 2011 is conveniently located in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood, minutes from Union Square and all major subway lines, and will provide complimentary wireless internet access to all visitors.

Numerous mainstay exhibitors will return following triumphant showings in PULSE Miami 2010—the first edition under recently-appointed Director Cornell Dewitt—including Mark Moore Gallery which recently relocated to Culver City and Galerie Stefan Roepke, of Cologne. International galleries making their return to PULSE New York include the venerable Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI), which will stage a solo booth of American artist Trenton Doyle Hancock, and Cuban gallery Habana, presenting artists Ivan Capote and Glenda Leon. PULSE New York is also proud to welcome several exciting first time exhibitors, such as Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, and Montreal’s Art Mûr in the solo-artist IMPULSE section.


PULSE New York 2011 will also continue its series of special projects, with many deeply rooted in the New York area. Visitors to the fair will immediately enter a special pop-up bookstore created by Brooklyn’s celebrated Powerhouse Books, featuring selected titles published by Powerhouse and others. Original installations include Molly Dilworth’s site-specific painting Field Test (NYC), courtesy of David B. Smith Gallery. Field Test (NYC), is part of a series of works by Dilworth that reference electron microscopy images of rare-earth elements, a prominent example of which is her Cool Water, Hot Island, installed across several blocks of Times Square. Also on view will be Ben Wolf’s Clamber, presented by New York gallery CHRISTINA RAY, in which Wolf creates a massive environment from materials he salvaged from an abandoned ship in Newark, New Jersey.


Jen Bekman Gallery, New York; Benrimon Contemporary, New York; Black & White Gallery, Brooklyn; Galerie Andreas Binder, Munich; {CTS} creative thriftshop, Brooklyn; Davidson Contemporary, New York; Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, Santa Monica; Dorsch Gallery, Miami; fouladi projects, San Francisco; Fred Torres Collaborations, New York; Samuel Freeman, Santa Monica; ftc., Berlin; Gallery Joe, Philadelphia; KUDLEK VAN DER GRINTEN, Cologne; Habana, La Habana; Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London; Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles; Jenkins Johnson Gallery, New York; KLEINDIENST, Leipzig; Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque; Livingstone Gallery, The Hague; David Lusk Gallery, Memphis; M+B, Los Angeles; MAIOR, Pollenca, Mallorca; Andrea Meislin Gallery, New York; Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto; Mike Weiss Gallery, New York; Mark Moore Gallery, Culver City; Morgan Lehman, New York; Horrach Moya, Palma De Mallorca; Pablo’s Birthday, New York; Pentimenti Gallery, Philadelphia; Praxis International Art, New York; CHRISTINA RAY, New York; Baer Ridgeway Exhibitions, San Francisco; Galerie Stefan Roepke, Cologne; Tyler Rollins Fine Art, New York; Michael Rosenthal, San Francisco; Mary Ryan Gallery, New York; Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago; Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica; Sienna Gallery, Lenox; silverlens gallery, Makati City; David B. Smith Gallery, Denver; STPI, Singapore; Cristin Tierney, New York; Galleri Maria Veie, Oslo; Von Lintel Gallery, New York; Zidoun Gallery, Luxembourg

Angell Gallery, Toronto; ANTENA ESTUDIO, Mexico City; Blythe Projects, Culver City; Causey Contemporary, Brooklyn; Joshua Liner Gallery, New York; Art Mûr, Montreal; Sears Peyton Gallery, New York; Galerie SAS, Montreal; shfap, New York; TZR Galerie Kai Bruckner, Dusseldorf; MIYAKO YOSHINAGA art prospects, New York

Art in General, New York; Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions, New Brunswick;

The Standard Hotel

Kiehls, Travelers, Bootlegger Vodka, Garden Design, Emu, Perrier

Artbus, Powerhouse Arena

Artcards.com, Artfacts.net, Artnet, ARTNEXUS, Eikon

Space | Productions + Design

Cornell DeWitt was founder and principal of his namesake gallery, and former director of Yvon Lambert New York, in addition to his experience as a private dealer and advisor. He has also served on the faculty of New York University where he received a master’s degree.

Through its annual editions in New York and Miami, PULSE serves as the junction between central and satellite art fairs. Its exhibitors consist of a select group of leading and pioneering international galleries that present works by premier contemporary artists with those of emerging and undiscovered talents. A central component of the fair is its program of commissioned cultural projects that link its audience to all aspects of the visual and performing arts.

PULSE Contemporary Art Fair at www.pulse-art.com or contact by phone at +1 (212) 255-2327.

Andy Cushman | OCTOPUS OUTREACH | E: ac@8op.us | M: +1 (917) 744-4042

*Image above:
Courtesy of Luis De Jesus Los Angeles.

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