PULSE NYC 2015
MARCH 5 - 8
BOOTH A-11

The Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th street, between 6th and 7th Avenues
www.pulse-art.com


peter brock / Water PAINTINGS series

© Peter Brock Walking and observing are an important part of Peter Brock 's practice. In sensual, exploratory and playful ways and with some part of himself inserted into his surroundings, Brock unites the industrial with the organic, the geometrical with the random - urban archeology of life full of forms and shapes, traces, patterns-nature's own and random ones with interventions by Peter Brock. Click here for more information.

© Peter Brock

Walking and observing are an important part of Peter Brock 's practice. In sensual, exploratory and playful ways and with some part of himself inserted into his surroundings, Brock unites the industrial with the organic, the geometrical with the random - urban archeology of life full of forms and shapes, traces, patterns-nature's own and random ones with interventions by Peter Brock. Click here for more information.

CRISTINA DEL CAMPO, UNDER THE ROOF SERIES

 © Cristina del Campo In her 2011 series Under The Roof, young Spanish artist Cristina del Campo responds to the space between where, through innovative spatial solutions a change in focus from the individual to the group occurs. Click here for more information.

 © Cristina del Campo

In her 2011 series Under The Roof, young Spanish artist Cristina del Campo responds to the space between where, through innovative spatial solutions a change in focus from the individual to the group occurs. Click here for more information.

LISET CASTILLO, PAIN IS UNIVERSAL BUT SO IS HOPE SERIES

© Liset Castillo Pain Is Universal But So Is Hope by the Cuban artist Liset Castillo documents the construction of a fictitious city, a utopian microcosm where particular aspects of different cultures converge and fuse in the universal experience of creation and destruction. Click here for more information. 

© Liset Castillo

Pain Is Universal But So Is Hope by the Cuban artist Liset Castillo documents the construction of a fictitious city, a utopian microcosm where particular aspects of different cultures converge and fuse in the universal experience of creation and destruction. Click here for more information. 

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MARCH 5 - 8, 2015
METROPOLITAN PAVILION