by CaroPosted on

Yesterday, we brought you our highlights of UNTITLED art fair, SCOPE Miami Beach, Miami Project and Art on Paper. Today, we continue our coverage with one of the most popular fairs during the jam-packed Miami Art Week- PULSE Miami Beach. Despite the dreary Miami weather, PULSE was in high attendance and notable for its engaging and interactive installations in collaboration with Target that attracted art lovers of every age. Designed as a platform for new video and media art, “Target Too” combined items sold at Target with art- though some blasted it as a commercial “sell-out”, we couldn’t help but smile at some of the works on display like Daniel Rozin’s Insta-worthy “Troll Mirror”, a mirror made of hundreds of pink and green treasure trolls that reflected your silhouette as you moved around the piece. Take a look at more of our highlights from PULSE Miami Beach after the jump!

by Hi-Fructose StaffPosted on

The next print issue of Hi-Fructose New Contemporary Art Magazine arrives in stores October 1st! It features a cover story on Jean-Pierre Roy, the colorful murals and art of Jet Martinez, narrative painter Mia Araujo, Andy Paiko’s ornate kinetic glass sculptures, Seamus Conley’s mood orienting paintings, stenciled street art from Logan Hicks, the drawings of Ryan Salge, a retrospective story on the murals of Kent Twitchell, an in-depth article on photographer Blake Little’s controversial honey-covered “Preservation” series. Plus reviews on the new George Barris monograph; Daniel Clowes and the new Eightball Collection, and much more! Pre-order from our store today here!