November 14, 2007 - PULSE Contemporary Art Fair - PULSE Contemporary Art Fair Announces PULSE Miami
November 14, 2007

PULSE Contemporary Art Fair Announces PULSE Miami

Christoph Draeger
Hurricane Katrina
Digital silk screen (ultra violet print) on jigsaw puzzle (5000pcs)
65 x 42.5in
Courtesy of magnus muller

PULSE Contemporary Art Fair Announces Third Edition of its Pioneering PULSE Miami

New Venue and Expanded Programming Including
The First Edition of GEISAI Miami

Wednesday, December 5 – Sunday, December 9

Soho Studios, 2136 NW 1st Avenue (entrance on NW 21st Street), Wynwood District, Miami

Wednesday, December 5: 10am – 4pm
Thursday, December 6: 10am – 6pm
Friday, December 7: 10am – 6pm
Saturday, December 8: 10am – 6pm
Sunday, December 9: 10am – 5pm

General Admission
Discount Admission (for seniors & students)
No advance purchase necessary. Ticket purchase includes admission to GEISAI Miami.

PULSE is pleased to provide complimentary shuttle service to and from the Fair.

• Shuttles will run regularly between:
The LOWES Hotel at 1601 Collins Avenue (at 16th Street)
Art Basel Miami Beach at The Miami Beach Convention Center Please note that shuttles at the Convention Center will stop across from Entrance D to the Convention Center just north of the entrance to the Botanical Gardens on Convention Center Drive.
• From various stops in Miami’s Overtown, Wynwood and Design Districts including: NADA
• and Design Miami.

Following two highly successful editions in Miami and New York followed by its inaugural London venture this year, PULSE Contemporary Art Fair is pleased to announce its third PULSE Miami, which will open at the Soho Studios, its new permanent home in the Wynwood Art District. PULSE Miami 2007 will boast an important array of 80 international galleries from 16 countries and will host Kaikai Kiki’s inaugural GEISAI Miami.

PULSE’s new venue offers the largest area in the fair’s history with over 40,000 square feet of exhibition space, which includes an outdoor lounge and the opportunity for a large amount of cultural programming, such as an exhibition of video art selected by Pamela and Richard Kramlich Collection Curator Christopher Eamon. The video program explores the innovation in single-channel video art. PULSE has also commissioned renowned German architect and artist Jürgen Mayer H. to create a site-specific entrance arch entitled beat.wave and the Fair will feature several other ambitious installations by Chris Larson, Duke Riley, Lincoln Schatz and Yoram Wolberger.


Ambrosino Gallery (Miami), Angles Gallery (Santa Monica), artcore/toronto in cooperation with hilger contemporary/Vienna (Toronto), Jeff Bailey Gallery (New York), Galeria Baro Cruz (Sao Paulo), galerie anne barrault (Paris), Galerie Anita Beckers (Frankfurt), bitforms gallery (New York), Rena Bransten Gallery (San Francisco), BravinLee programs (New York), Catharine Clark Gallery (San Francisco), Conner Contemporary Art (Washington, D.C.), Vera Cortês Art Agency (Lisbon), Charles Cowles Gallery (New York), DCKT Contemporary (New York), Galerie Volker Diehl/ Diehl Projects (Berlin), Faurschou, Copenhagen & Beijing (Copenhagen and Beijing), Finesilver Gallery (Houston), Freight + Volume (New York), GALERIA FÚCARES (Madrid), Carl Hammer Gallery (Chicago), RICHARD HELLER GALLERY (Santa Monica), Galerie Ernst Hilger/ Hilger contemporary (Vienna), KINZ, TILLOU + FEIGEN (New York), Paul Kopeikin Gallery (Los Angeles), LaMontagne Gallery (Boston), Nathan Larramendy Gallery (Ojai), Locust Projects (Miami), Walter Maciel Gallery (Los Angeles), Magnan Projects (New York), Robert Mann Gallery (New York), Heather Marx Gallery (San Francisco), nina menocal (Mexico City), Nicholas Metivier Gallery (Toronto), MIZUMA ART GALLERY (Tokyo), moniquemeloche (Chicago), Mark Moore Gallery (Santa Monica), magnus müller (Berlin), Mummery + Schnelle (London), Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art (Tel Aviv), P.P.O.W (New York), perugi artecontemporanea (Padua), POSTMASTERS Gallery (New York), Max Protetch (New York), Rokeby (London), Galerie Stefan Röpke (Cologne), Rubicon Gallery (Dublin), Julie Saul Gallery (New York), Schroeder Romero (New York), Galerie Michael Schultz (Berlin), galeria SENDA (Barcelona), Jack Shainman Gallery (New York), Shoshana Wayne Gallery (Los Angeles), Springer & Winckler Galerie (Berlin), Keith Talent Gallery (London), Margaret Thatcher Projects (New York), TORCH Gallery (Amsterdam), Union (London), Anne de Villepoix (Paris), Virgil de Voldere Gallery (New York), Winkleman Gallery (New York), Pavel Zoubok Gallery (New York), Galerie Zürcher (Paris)


agenzia04 (Bologna), BANK (Los Angeles), BISCHOFF/WEISS (London), Braverman Gallery (Tel Aviv), Chambers Fine Art (New York), Changing Role (Naples), Davidson Contemporary (New York), galerieKleindienst (Leipzig), LA FABRICA GALERIA (Madrid), Lyons Wier Ortt Gallery (New York), MOGADISHNI (Copenhagen), Galerie Jette Rudolph (Berlin), SALTWORKS (Atlanta), Spinello Gallery (Miami), FREDERIEKE TAYLOR GALLERY (New York), TRAVESIA CUATRO (Madrid), ZENSHI (Tokyo)

For more information about PULSE, please visit or call (212) 255-2327

Media contact:
For more information on the program or for interviews:
Kirsten Moore
Blue Medium, Inc.
T: (212) 675-1800


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