PULSE Contemporary Art Fair 2007

PULSE Contemporary Art Fair capped off an extraordinary year with its third Miami edition, held December 5-9, which drew substantial crowds and impressive sales.

PULSE Miami confirmed the Fair’s role as a leader in the highly competitive art market. It is a pioneering art fair.


From Chicago: Carl Hammer Gallery’s Chris Ware – Branford the Bee, The Best Bee in the World, 2003. Pen and Ink Drawing w Blue Pencil Overmarking on Bristol Board

With a record attendance of over 16,000 visitors, strong sales from the first day, a new venue that allowed expanded cultural programming and the hosting of Kaikai Kiki’s inaugural GEISAI Miami, PULSE Miami proved to be one of Miami’s most popular destinations during Art Basel Miami Beach.

The fair followed its successful invitational format, representing approx. 70-80 galleries invited by the PULSE Invitational Committee.

Exhibitors included:


Ambrosino Gallery | Miami
Angles Gallery | Santa Monica
Artcore / Fabrice Marcolini | Toronto
Jeff Bailey Gallery | New York
Bank | Los Angeles
bitforms gallery | New York
Rena Bransten Gallery | San Francisco
BravinLee programs | New York
Chambers Fine Art | New York
Catharine Clark Gallery | San Francisco
Conner Contemporary Art | Washington D.C.
Charles Cowles Gallery | New York
Davidson Contemporary | New York
DCKT Contemporary | New York
Finesilver Gallery | Houston
Freight + Volume | New York
Carl Hammer Gallery | Chicago
Richard Heller Gallery | Santa Monica
Kinz, Tillou + Feigen | New York
Paul Kopeikin Gallery | Los Angeles
LaMontagne Gallery | Boston
Nathan Larramendy Gallery | Ojai
Locust Projects | Miami
Lyons Wier Ortt | New York
Walter Maciel Gallery | Los Angeles
Magnan Projects | New York
Robert Mann Gallery | New York
Heather Marx Gallery | San Francisco
Nicholas Metivier Gallery | Toronto
moniquemeloche | Chicago
Mark Moore Gallery | Santa Monica
Postmasters | New York
P.P.O.W. | New York
Max Protetch | New York
Julie Saul Gallery | New York
Schroeder Romero | New York
Jack Shainman Gallery | New York
Shoshana Wayne Gallery | Santa Monica
Spinello Gallery | Miami
Frederieke Taylor Gallery | New York
Margaret Thatcher Projects | New York
Virgil de Voldere | New York
Winkleman Gallery | New York
Pavel Zoubok Gallery | New York
agenzia04 | Bologna
Galerie Anne Barrault | Paris
Galerie Anita Beckers | Frankfurt
Changing Role Gallery | Naples/Rome
Vera Cortes | Lisbon
Galerie Volker Diehl | Berlin
Galleri Faurschou | Copenhagen
Galeria Fucares | Madrid
galerieKleindienst | Leipzig
Galerie Ernst Hilger/ Hilger contemporary | Vienna
La Fabrica Galeria | Madrid
Mogadishni | Copenhagen
magnus müller | Berlin
Mummery + Schnelle | London
perugi artecontemporanea | Padova
Galerie Stefan Röpke | Cologne
Rubicon Gallery | Dublin
Rokeby | London
Galerie Jette Rudolph | Berlin
Galerie Michael Schultz Berlin | Berlin
Galería Senda | Barcelona
Springer + Winckler Galerie | Berlin
Keith Talent Gallery | London
TORCH Gallery | Amsterdam
Union | London
Anne de Villepoix | Paris
Galerie Zurcher | Paris


Mizuma Art Gallery | Tokyo
ZENSHI | Tokyo


Baró Cruz | Sao Paulo
Nina Menocal | Mexico City


Braverman Gallery | Tel Aviv
Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art | Tel Aviv

Pulse moved from the tent it occupied for two years to a newly renovated 40K sq ft venue in the Wynwood District. This is to be its permanent venue.

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