Pulse Miami Fair

Pulse Miami is a fair which features international galleries showing cutting edge but polished emerging young artists. I saw some great new artists, but the fair itself was much to maze-like and very difficult to navigate. I kept finding myself in the Grolsch Cafe without knowing which way was up and which way was out.

A special feature was the upstairs portion Geisai Miami, Takashi Murakami’s studio of young artists presenting their works directly to the public.

My favorites at Pulse included Martin Golland at Birch Libralato, Timothy Tompkins at DCKT Contemporary, both textured or pixilated landscapes

Elijah Gowin inkjet photos, and view from above interiors by Grzeszykowska.

The very urban paintings at Lyons Wier Ortt Gallery.

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