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Pulse Miami 2013

December 15, 2013

Pulse Miami is another great fair. It is very similar to Miami Project in the sense that it shows relatively new art which is on the cutting edge. It is held in the Ice Palace in Miami which is a great space expect for the fact that the organization of the fair is very confusing. You often do not know what you have seen or have not seen or which direction you are going in.
That said, the art is great and maybe next year the fair itself can be organized in a better manner.
Bast
Bubble Triangle, 2013
Acrylic, Oil and Gold Leaf on Canvas
Bast_Bubble_Triangle
Kate Clark
She Gets What She Wants
Zebra hide, foam, clay, pins, thread, rubber eyes, wood, paint
Kate_Clark_She_Gets_What_She_Wants
Martin Parr
Atlanta, USA, 2010
Archival pigment Print
Martin_Parr
William T. Wiley
I’ve Got to Sing to Write the Blues, 2010
Pastel, Charcoal, & graphite on Canvas
William_T_Wiley
Helmut Newton
Helmut_Newton
Thomas Muller
Thomas_Muller
Ruth Gomez
Stampede, 2011
Mineral pigments & cotton paper
Ruth_Gomez_Stampede
Miles Aldridge
Miles_Aldridge
Wayne Lawrence
2010
Archival Pigment Prints
Wayne_Lawrence
Jen Stark
Jen_Stark
Gregorio Barrio
Bead painting
Gregorio_Barrio
Claas Gutsche
Der neue Mensch, 2013
Linocut on paper
Claas_Gutsche_Der_neue_Mensch
Shi Jindian
Changjiang 750 No 2, 2006
Colored Stainless Steel Wire
Shi_Jindian_Changjiang_750

Alessandro Brighetti
Schizophrenia
Made with ferrofluid- is a stable mixture of magnetic iron nanoparticles surrounded by an ionic surfactant dissolved in oil. The result is a magnetically charged oil that responds to powerful electromagnets while still retaining its liquid properties.

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