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Art Basel Miami Beach 2011: PULSE

The PULSE art fair continues its momentum following the recent LA debut (which we covered here) with today's opening of its Art Basel Miami Beach edition. Accompanied by live music and complimentary snacks, the 2011 PULSE Miami event brought out droves of collectors and fans who packed the Ice Palace to view the sprawling satellite. Hi-Fructose was excited to view the many new works that we previewed earlier this week (here) and even more excited to discover new artists and galleries to explore. Get a comprehensive look at some of our favorite works on view this weekend, after the jump.

Cayce Zavaglia thread piece at Lyons Wier

The PULSE art fair continues its momentum following the recent LA debut (which we covered here) with today’s opening of its Art Basel Miami Beach edition. Accompanied by live music and complimentary snacks, the 2011 PULSE Miami event brought out droves of collectors and fans who packed the Ice Palace to view the sprawling satellite. Hi-Fructose was excited to view the many new works that we previewed earlier this week (here) and even more excited to discover new artists and galleries to explore. Get a comprehensive look at some of our favorite works on view this weekend, below.

Cayce Zavaglia – verso

Kiel Johnson’s cardboard cameras at Davidson Contemporary

Gregory Euclid (detail view) at David B Smith Gallery

Oleg Dou at Senda Galeria

ZEVS at Danziger Gallery

Jose Parla at Bryce Wolkowitz

Jose Parla detail

Kris Kuksi at Joshua Liner – detail view

Kris Kuksi at Joshua Liner – detail view

Jeremy Fish at Mark Moore

Terry Rodgers at Torch (Amsterdam)

Katie Miller at Fred Torres Collaborations

Andrew Schoultz (detail) at Marx and Zavattero

Alain Delorme at FTC

Marci Washington at Rena Bransten Gallery

Seonna Hong at LeBasse Projects

Seonna Hong – installation view

Erik Thor Sandberg at Fred Torres Collaborations

Tracey Snelling at Rena Bransten Gallery

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