Billboards Around Miami: PULSE Miami, Red Dot Miami, and Miami Project
Going around Miami lately, I’ve noticed many billboards promoting three art fairs during Art Basel time: PULSE Miami, Red Dot Miami, and the Miami Project. I decided to find out what they’re all about, and here’s the details.
PULSE Miami boasts that it’s the leading U.S. art fair dedicated exclusively to contemporary art. The 9th edition of this event, held annually in Miami and New York, is split into two sections: PULSE and IMPULSE (hey, that’s pulse with an -im!). The IMPULSE section features galleries hand picked by a committee of prominent international art dealers. These galleries put on a solo exhibition of an artist’s work created within the past two years. The PULSE section has dozens of galleries from across the globe displaying the work of established and pioneering artists. The PULSE section also has original programming that includes large-scale installations, a video lounge, and performance pieces. PULSE encourages visitor to participate and interact with the exhibits.
PULSE Miami is open Dec. 5-8 and located at the Ice Palace, 1400 N. Miami Ave., in the Media Entertainment District. PULSE will offer shuttle service between Art Basel Miami Beach, Art Miami, and the Ice Palace Studios. For more details, visit the PULSE website here.
Red Dot Miami
The Red Dot Art Fair is another established event situated in a plum location next to Art Miami. 60 galleries will converge to exhibit an eclectic assortment of photography, painting, sculpture, and other fine art works. Onlookers can see pieces from emerging through established artists, all under the shaded luxury of a 50,000 square ft. tent. Red Dot Miami will also support a community project: Million Trees Miami. The opening reception benefits this campaign to plant a million trees by 2020 to reach 30% tree canopy for Miami-Dade county.
Red Dot Miami is open Dec. 3-8 and located in Midtown Miami, 3011 NE 1st Ave. at NE 31st St., Wynwood Art District. For more details, visit the Red Dot website here.
The Miami Project is another Wynwood art fair, but it’s just in its 2nd year.. This one places emphasis on displaying high quality works in a visitor friendly environment. Works are located under a tent with airy cathedral ceilings, spacious aisles, and upscale lounges. The Miami Projects will line up historic avant garde pieces next to those of ambitious youthful artists. This allows visitors the unique experience of comparing and contrasting the development of contemporary art.
Miami Project is open Dec. 3-8 and located in Midtown Miami,located at NE 29th St. and NE 1st Ave., Wynwood Art District. For more details, visit the Miami Project website here.
Ari Good, JD LLM, a tax, aviation and entertainment lawyer, is the shareholder of Good Attorneys at Law, P.A. He graduated from the DePaul University College of Law in 1997 and obtained his L.L.M. in Taxation from the University of Florida.
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