PULSE NEW YORK
Mar 5-9, 2009
Pier 40
353 West Street @ West Houston
New York, NY 10014

“Now in its fourth year, PULSE New York is the city’s largest and most highly regarded fair dedicated exclusively to contemporary art. This edition will be its most diverse ever, with 101 exhibitors representing 26 countries in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Its program of large scale sculptures and installations has expanded, and will include the PULSE Pause reading room, the PULSE PERFORMANCE series and the PULSE PLAY> video lounge.”
– Pulse  

Here is a complete list of exhibitors at this year’s Pulse.

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2x2projects, Amsterdam 
55, Shanghai

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Aicon Gallery, New York
AMT Alberto Matteo Torri, Milan
Angell Gallery, Toronto
Artrepco Gallery, Zurich
ASPN, Leipzig

B
BAER RIDGWAY EXHIBITIONS, San Francisco
BAMart, Brooklyn
Galerie Anita Beckers, Frankfurt
Jen Bekman Gallery, New York
Birch Libralato, Toronto
bitforms gallery, New York
Black & White Gallery, New York
Collette Blanchard Gallery, New York
Monika Bobinska, London
BONELLI ARTE CONTEMPORANEA, Mantua
RENA BRANSTEN GALLERY, San Francisco
BravinLee programs, New York

C
Chi-Wen Gallery, Taipei
ChinaSquare Gallery, New York
Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco
ColletPark, Paris
Conner Contemporary Art, Washington D.C.
Copro/Nason Gallery, Santa Monica
Curator’s Office, Washington, DC

D
Davidson Contemporary, New York
DCKT Contemporary, New York
DNA , Berlin

E
EDS GALERIA, Mexico City

F
Faurschou, Copenhagen & Beijing
Lukas Feichtner gallery, Vienna
Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Santa Monica
ftc. / fiedler taubert contemporary, Berlin
Finesilver Gallery, Houston
Freight + Volume, New York

G

Gaain Gallery, Seoul
GALERIE [sas], Montréal
galerieKleindienst, Leipzig
Caren Golden Fine Art, New York   

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HABANA, Habana City
Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London
Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica
Galerie Ernst Hilger/ Hilger contemporary, Vienna
Horrach Moya, Palma de Mallorca

I
iCI, New York

J
Jenkins Johnson Gallery, New York
Jousse Enterprise, Paris

K
The Knapp Gallery, Philadelphia
Kopeikin Gallery, West Hollywood
Kusseneers Gallery, Antwerp

L
LÉNA & ROSELLI GALLERY, Budapest
Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque
Light & Sie, Dallas
Lotus Endowment Fund, Inc., Key Biscayne
Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts, Miami
Lyons Wier Ortt Gallery, New York

M
Madder139, London
Magnan Projects, New York
Daneyal Mahmood Gallery, New York
Marx & Zavattero, San Francisco
nina menocal, Mexico City
Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto
Mixed Greens, New York
Mark Moore Gallery , Santa Monica
MORGAN LEHMAN, New York

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NETTIE HORN, London

O
MEGUMI OGITA GALLERY, Tokyo
ONE AND J. Gallery, Seoul
Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain, Montreal

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P.P.O.W, New York
Pablo’s Birthday, New York
Pepper’s Gallery, Tokyo
perugi artecontemporanea, Padova
Praxis International Art, New York

R
Galerie Stefan Röpke, Cologne
Lora Reynolds Gallery, Austin
Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York
Galerie Roemerpotheke, Zürich
RuArts Gallery, Moscow

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Schroeder Romero, New York
Randall Scott Gallery, Brooklyn
Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago
SENDA, Barcelona
Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica
Sienese Shredder Editions, New York
Silverlens Gallery, Manila
Singapore Tyler Print Institute, Singapore
Slewe Gallery, Amsterdam
CHARLIE SMITH london, London
SOLLERTIS, Toulouse
SPACE, Bratislava
Patricia Sweetow Gallery, San Francisco

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Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York
Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo
TZR Galerie Kai Brückner, Düsseldorf

V
VERNON, Prague
Virgil de Voldere Gallery, New York

W
Winkleman Gallery, New York
WITZENHAUSEN GALLERY, Amsterdam / New York
BRYCE WOLKOWITZ GALLERY, New York

Z
Galerie Nordine Zidoun, Luxembourg
ZÜRCHER, Paris I New York

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There are some great programs going on twice a day during the 4 day event, consisting of informal talks by artists, curators, and other art professionals on works featured at the fair.

THURSDAY MARCH 5TH

 PULSE PROFILES 3 PM

Beatrice Coron, solo artist project for the Museum of Arts and Design

Invisible Cities is an account of marvelous places seen by a traveler. Coron, herself a great traveler, does work that is both exquisitely detailed and monumental, both figurative and abstract, both a work of art and a voyage of discovery that draws the viewer in almost physically.

Location: P-03, PULSE New York, Pier 40

 

PULSE PROFILES 6 PM

Eva Diaz, Curator of the Parsons Student Booth

The Parsons exhibition at PULSE NY combines artworks with a collaborative library. The installation incorporates pieces by each of the over 40 Fine Arts MFA candidates at Parsons, as well as books lent by the students that form an important part of their personal collections. The booth is conceived as a hybrid space that integrates the material culture of the studio with the intellectual culture of the classroom.

Location: P-09, PULSE New York, Pier 40

 


FRIDAY MARCH 6TH

PULSE PROFILES 3 PM

Taylor Baldwin, artist represented by Conner Contemporary Art

Taylor Baldwin’s new works for Pulse NY consist of drawings and a large wall-based sculpture. Made entirely out of found or scavenged materials “The Sun Never Sets” is a hand-made replica of the fossil skull of the 10,000 year old ancestor of modern cattle, the Auroch. The recreated fossil is made entirely out of recovered material that will never biodegrade, and will thus enter the geologic record of the Anthropocene, our own fossil era.

Location: E-01, PULSE New York, Pier 40

PULSE PROFILES 6 PM

Constance Marguiles from the Lotus Endowment Fund

By and About Women is a special, limited edition, portfolio of art and poetry by women artists from around the world and the creative writing group of the Lotus House Women’s Shelter situated in the heart of the historic African American district of Overtown, one of the poorest neighborhoods in Miami. Lotus House serves approximately 130 women and infants annually, with a holistic, gender specific and innovative format designed to empower women to improve the quality of their lives on every level, achieve greater self sufficiency and transition to permanent homes off the streets. All proceeds from the sale of the portfolio go to the Lotus Endowment Fund, Inc. to secure the financial stability and long term viability of the Lotus House women’s shelter.

Location: P-05, PULSE New York, Pier 40

 


SATURDAY MARCH 7TH

PULSE PROFILES 3 PM

Are Mokklebost, artist from Darkness Decends

Having had separate careers in music and art, the piece playing at PULSE NY is an excerpt from his first major audiovisual work: OK. A year from now it will be installed as a permanent light-box installation in a children´s school in Norway, and we will hear the first haunting tunes from this creation myth, based solely on digital-analog synthesizer.

Location: C aisle, PULSE New York, Pier 40

 

PULSE PROFILES 6 PM

Marina Fokidis, curator of PULSE PLAY>

PULSE PLAY> Random Rules explores what YouTube might mean to a certain intellectual community. By asking a selection of prominent and emerging artists to create their own playlists, the notion of the artist is being presented not only as a creator, but also as a curator and collector. The selections will be available simultaneously in the video lounge and online as a YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/randomrules09

Location: C-09, PULSE PLAY> PULSE New York, Pier 40

 


SUNDAY MARCH 8TH

 

PULSE PROFILES 3 PM

Clifton Childree, artist represented by Galerie Ernst Hilger/Hilger Contemporary

Viewers find themselves at the entrance of what looks to be the remains of an abandoned silent movie theater distressed by nature, asserting its natural self while sinking back into the swamp on which it was built. A decayed slapstick film plays inside, commenting on the ‘bait and switch’ swampland real estate scams that took place in Miami during the early 1900s.

Location: D-11, PULSE New York, Pier 40

 

Anthony P. Munoz

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