Pulse Art Fair Miami 2011

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The Residence Gallery is proud to be representing Alexander Heaton At the Pulse Art Fair. This will be a solo show in a specailly created environment within the art fair. A selection of new paintings and prints will be on display.

January 6, 2011, Miami, Florida - PULSE Miami closed the doors on its 2010 edition this week, where 82 international exhibitors showed contemporary art in Midtown Miami's Ice Palace. The first under new Director Cornell Dewitt was deemed a resounding success as exhibitors reported overwhelming sales unheard of since 2007. This edition re-emphasized the welcoming atmosphere that PULSE has long been known for, which drew more than 15,000 visitors.

"PULSE is not just about a place within the art market, it's about making an art fair better," explained Director Cornell DeWitt, who continued "collectors come for the art, and stay for the enjoyment factor.

Visitors to the fair were welcomed by an expansive plaza adorned with hammocks and trees conceived by SPACE Production + Design, though many opted to relax on artist Orly Genger's functional installation Beef Cakes. On view were regular performances of Wall by Brooklyn dance troupe Shannon Gillen & Guests. On Saturday, Michael Waugh's tour de force Decline and Fall (of a performance artist) saw the artist read passages from Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire emerging from the uninterrupted eight hours tanned but otherwise unharmed.



The fair was a destination for some of the art world's premier celebrities, tastemakers and visionaries. Actors Adrien Brody and Isabella Rossellini; and singer Harry Connick Jr. turned heads as they perused the booths. The "who's who" of collectors included Eli Broad; Beth Rudin DeWoody; Tom Healy; Lady Monica Heftler of Monaco; Susan and Michael Hort; Toby Devan Lewis; Marty Marguiles; Brook Neidich; Jean Pigozzi; Mera Rubell; Alain Servais; Lillian Vernon; and Scott Westover of the Progressive Insurance Collection.

A host of art professionals included Simon Baker, Curator at the Tate Modern; Dan Cameron, Director of Prospect New Orleans; Thomas Campbell, Director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art; Amanda Coulson, Director of the VOLTA Show; Katelijne De Backer, Director of the Armory Show; Carter Foster, Curator at the Whitney Museum; RoseLee Goldberg, Director of Performa; Elizabeth Ann MacGregor, Director of the Sydney Museum of Contemporary Art; Georgina Nichols, Acting Director of El Museo Del Barrio; Anne Pasternak, Director of Creative Time; Veronica Roberts, Curatorial Assistant at MoMA; Vesela Sretenovic, Curator at the Phillips Collection; and Charlie Stainback, Curator at the Norton Museum of Art.


The Ice Palace
1400 North Miami Avenue
Miami, FL 33136
Media and Entertainment District

PULSE is conveniently situated in Miami's Media and Entertainment District, minutes from the Miami International Airport via US I-95, downtown Miami via I-395 and Art Basel Miami Beach via the Venetian or MacArthur causeways.