PULSE Art Fair was an art and antiques fair brand from parent company Ramsay Fairs, the biggest art fair organizers globally.

For over 15 years in Miami, PULSE offered a wide-ranging platform for brands, collectors, and collectives to connect over everything from engaging sculptures to installations, performances, antiques, collectibles, and fantastic art, all spread throughout several galleries in a magnetic environment.

Supported by strong brands, PULSE provided a platform for immersive interactions. Miami Art Week was an oyster, offering calm amidst an overwhelming environment.

PULSE wasn't just an art fair organization; it also offered cocktails in hammocks and engaging conversations with friends over a meal in the resident restaurant. It created an atmosphere where you could linger for hours, experiencing the energy of stimulating collectibles, and leave with a piece to add to your collection.

It was a massive undertaking, only possible with the help of an esteemed team consisting of Director Cristina Salmsatrelli, Associate Director Elizabeth Boyle, Manager Veronica Petty, and Content Coordinator Alice Zavelsky. Together, they brought in a combined 30+ years of experience in art fairs, creating the internationally recognized PULSE brand.

After decades in Miami, the chapter closed.

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Pulse Art Fair's address was: Indian Beach Park, 4601 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140

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