We can’t believe it’s already March, but apparently it is and we’re getting on a plane to go to New York on Monday for art fair week!
PULSE New York is moving to a new location at 330 West Street, at the corner of the West Side Highway and West Houston Street. The new venue, a former New York Central Railroad freight train terminal housing five blocks of the original High Line, has 30-foot high ceilings with varying levels of lofted space to be used for special projects. The fifth edition of PULSE New York will take place March 4 through 7, 2010.
Mark Moore Gallery will be featuring a solo booth of new work by Canadian painter, Kim Dorland, in Booth A-16. These paintings have never been seen previously, are studio-fresh and created especially for MMG’s booth at PULSE NY. Additionally, artist Tim Bavington has been selected to create a special public installation near the entrance of the fair venue – complete with new works!
To preview the Bavington and Dorland works going to PULSE, visit our art fair preview page. Additionally, you can keep abreast of all the fair activity by reading our Fair Reports here, or following our updates on Twitter and Facebook.