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PULSE Gets Some New Blood: An Interview With Fair Director Helen Toomer

by Allyson Parker
Allyson Parker: As a gallerist, what attracted you to this position?   Helen Toomer: I actually worked for PULSE back in 2007 - 2009, as the Communications Manager and it was the reason I moved to New York from London. So I’m pleased to have come back full circle. AP: What kinds of new things we can expect from PULSE under your directorship? HT: We'll be making noticeable changes to the look, feel, and energy of the fair so that visitors and exhibitors are really encouraged to engage and... [more]
Posted by Allyson Parker on 5/6/14
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A Hummer Stage Coach, Chaotic Egg Pendulum, and Everything in Between

by Michelle Levy
One enters PULSE New York 2010 through Julian Lwin’s Stasis, a large ominous installation of analog television sets. This chorus of electronic visual static guards the passageway as a harbinger for dissonance. However, moving forward into the space, we are welcomed with a bright, well presented, relatively easy to navigate contemporary art fair. With a range of prominent galleries from cities across the US; a strong international presence; solo projects by emerging artists; and commissioned... [more]
Posted by Michelle Levy on 3/7/10

Arteaser at NY Art Fairs: Pulse

by Dormain Geyer
After the Armory Show (and some much needed sustenance) we headed down to Pier 40 for Pulse New York. In terms of tracking down San Francisco galleries participating in the shows in New York, I hit the jackpot.   Baer Ridgeway Exhibitions was showing several local Bay Area artists, including Brion Nuda Rosch (above) and Clare Rojas (below): Work by Chris Duncan (below) was also on display: My personal heritage obliged me to stop at the Lena & Roselli Gallerybooth, apparently... [more]
Posted by Dormain Geyer on 3/26/09