PULSE Miami Beach Releases Its Giant List of 82 Exhibitors

PULSE Miami Beach 2014. Courtesy of PULSE Miami Beach.

PULSE Miami Beach is getting a jump on the competition by becoming the first of the satellite fairs to announce its list of exhibitors during Miami Art Week in December, where the crown jewel is, of course, Art Basel in Miami Beach.

Now 11 years old, PULSE will return to Indian Beach Park for a second year under the tent. Eleven galleries from the fair’s inaugural run will return for the 2015 edition.

PULSE Miami Beach 2015 (rendering). Photo: PULSE Miami Beach.

PULSE Miami Beach 2015 (rendering).
Photo: PULSE Miami Beach.

Despite an expanded floor plan which will contain two conjoined pavilions, the 82 total exhibitors is up only 10 from the 72 dealers who participated this past year. As has become the PULSE signature, 85 percent of galleries will present just one, two, or three artists.

What’s new is a special focus called Conversations, in which 25 galleries will present the work of two artists in curated mini-exhibitions. “We’ve always focused on solo presentations, and they give you a great insight into an artist’s practice, so we wanted to extend this focus to pairings of artists and artworks,” PULSE director Helen Toomer told artnet News via e-mail. “We’re interested not only to see what visual exchanges there are, but will investigate further by connecting the artists and recording their actual Conversations to discover further understanding…”

Yann Pocreau, <em>Lumieres</em> (2015). Photo: courtesy Galerie Simon Blais.

Yann Pocreau, Lumieres (2015).
Photo: courtesy Galerie Simon Blais.

This year in New York, PULSE returned to Armory Week after experimenting with a run in Frieze Week, appearing with a slightly smaller outfit of 51 galleries at the more intimate Metropolitan Pavilion.

Here is the list of the exhibitors and artists in Conversations at PULSE Miami Beach 2015:

Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea | Clayton Brothers & El Gato Chimney

Art First | Christopher Cook & David Price

ART LEXÏNG | Ye Hongzing & Zheng Jiang

C24 Gallery | Katja Loher & Irfan Onurmen

Causey Contemporary | Marc Brotherton & Norman Mooney

De Soto Gallery | Adam Ekberg & Joaquin Trujillo

Denny Gallery | Justine Hill & Emily Noelle Lambert

Emerson Dorsch | Jenny Brillhart & Frances Trombly

Foley Gallery | Simon Schubert & Wyatt Gallery

Frederieke Taylor Gallery | Marion Wilson & Kirsten Nelson

GALERIE FREY | Johannes Domenig & Herbert Golser

Galerie Simon Blais | Jean-Sébastien Denis & Yann Pocreau

Garis & Hahn | Karen Margolis & Samuel Stabler

Grimaldi Gavin | Massimo Vitali & Karine Laval

James Harris Gallery | Squeak Carnwath & Roy Dowell

Kleindienst | Tilo Baumgärtel & Corinne von Lebusa

McKenzie Fine Art | Kellyann Burns & Don Voisine

Paul Loya Gallery | William Binnie & Cheryl Humphreys

Pictura Gallery | Osamu James Nakagawa & Jawshing Arthur Liou

ROCKELMANN& | Marnie Bettridge & Megan Stroech

The Good Luck Gallery | Jacques Flechemuller & Cathy Ward

TRANSFER | Kate Durbin & Faith Holland

Uprise Art | Ryan James MacFarland & Clay Mahn

Voltz Clarke | Yiorgos Kordakis & Lisa Schulte

William Baczek Fine Arts | Travis Louie & Susan Mikula

Here is the full list of the exhibitors at PULSE Miami Beach 2015:


Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea, Milan, Italy

Art First, London


Beers Contemporary, London

Benrubi Gallery, New York

Black & White Gallery, Brooklyn

Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, New York

C24 Gallery, New York

Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati

Causey Contemporary, New York

Cecilia Gonzalez Arte Contemporaneo, Lima, Peru

Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles

CONRADS, Düsseldorf

Danziger Gallery, New York

Davidson Contemporary, New York

Denny Gallery, New York

De Soto Gallery, Venice, California

Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, Oregon

Emerson Dorsch, Miami
Ferrin Contemporary, Cummington, Massachusetts

Foley Gallery, New York

Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York

GALERIE FREY, Vienna/Salzburg,

Galerie Heike Strelow, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Galerie Simon Blais, Montreal

Gallery Poulsen, Copenhagen

Garis & Hahn, New York

Grimaldi Gavin, London

Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco

James Harris Gallery, Seattle

Julie Saul Gallery, New York,*

Kleindienst, Leipzig, Germany

Klowden Mann, Culver City, California

Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles*

Lesley Heller Workspace, New York

LMAKprojects, New York

Lyons Wier Gallery, New York

Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York*

mc2gallery, Milan

McKenzie Fine Art, New York*

Miller Yezerski Gallery, Boston

Mindy Solomon Gallery, Miami

Mixed Greens, New York*

Monya Rowe Gallery, Saint Augustine, Florida

Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York

New Art Projects, London*

Nohra Haime Gallery, New York


Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London

Paul Loya Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Pavel Zoubok Gallery, New York*


Pictura Gallery, Bloomington, Illinois


Purdy Hicks Gallery, London

Rena Bransten Projects, San Francisco*

Rick Wester Fine Art, Inc., New York

robert henry contemporary, Brooklyn


Rubicon Projects, Dublin

RxArt, New York

Scaramouche, New York

SEASON, Seattle

Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica

Sienna Patti, Lenox, Massachusetts

SVA Galleries, New York

taubert contemporary, Berlin

The Good Luck Gallery, Los Angeles

Thierry Goldberg Gallery, New York

Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York

TJ Boulting, London

TRANSFER, Brooklyn

Tyler Rollins Fine Art, New York

Uprise Art, New York

Visual AIDS, New York

Voltz Clarke, New York

Von Lintel Gallery, Los Angeles


Walter Maciel Gallery, Los Angeles*

William Baczek Fine Arts, Northampton, Massachusetts

Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York*

*Founding Galleries

PULSE Miami Beach will take place at Indian Beach Park, 4601 Collins Avenue, December 1–5, 2015. 

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