Thursday, May 9, 2013

Pulse New York - 2013 Preview

Pulse New York is just hours away. It opens to the public at Noon on Thursday, May 9th and runs through Sunday May 11th. You'll find Pulse New York at The Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street, in the Chelsea district of New York.

Below are a few artists that you might not be familiar and they'll be on display at Pulse. If you get there early enough you might be able to purchase one for your art collection. It's always a good idea to arrive ealy for the best selection. Fair hours are Noon to 8pm on Thursday, 11 to 8 Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11 to 7pm. $20 General Admission or $15 for Students and Senior with valid ID.

A complimentary shuttle bus will run between PULSE and the Frieze ferry stop from Thursday, May 9 through Saturday, May 11 at 11 am – 8 pm daily. Sunday, May 12 until 7pm.


Kim Keever "Hawaii 0983c, 2013," archival pigment print
Adamson Gallery, Washington, DC

Jean-François Rauzier "Beaux arts" 2012 C-type Fine Art Print
Waterhouse & Dodd, New York, NY

Abel Barroso "Casa-Mochila" 2012 collage, acrylic, ink on paper

Erik den Breejen "The River" 2012 Acrylic on canvas
Freight + Volume, New York, NY

Danielle Nelson Mourning "Paten Circle II" 2006 Color inket print
Taylor de Cordoba, Culver City, CA

Jessica Drenk "Bibiliophylum" 2013 site specific Carved Books
Adah Rose Gallery, Kensington, MD

Charles Dellschau "The Spark Of Life" 1919 watercolor and collage
Stephen Romano, Brookly, NY

Siobhan McBride "Blizzard" 2011 gouache on paper on panel
Eight Modern, Santa Fe, NM
The Fair is divided into two sections and is comprised of a mix of established and emerging galleries vetted by a committee of prominent international dealers. The IMPULSE section presents galleries invited by the Committee to present solo project booths exhibiting emerging work created in the past two years.

For more information visit Pulse New York: is an online resource for art collectors and art enthusiasts.


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Silly Bill said...

Great article and insight into NY art scene.
love art

Silly Bill said...

Love the Erik den Breejen painting...the impressionists always do it for me.
Love this.