From Invader Tiles to Living Room Installations: Highlights From PULSE Miami 2012

This year’s edition of PULSE Miami may not open to the public until tomorrow, but ARTINFO got an early look at the sprawling satellite fair last night, where we were struck by Jonathan Levine Gallery‘s booth-full of tile pieces by the French street artist Invader (pictured above), a preponderance of female nudes, several large-scale installations, and more. See our favorites from PULSE below.

Above: Voyeuristic works by Mel Ramos at Hilger Modern and Contemporary‘s booth.

Above: Works by YKBX (aka Masaki Yokobe) at Ai Kowada Gallery in the Impulse section of the fair.

Above: Work by Nadine Wottke in Widmer and Theodoridis‘s Impulse section booth.

Above: Neon and photo works by Rob and Nick Carter in the booth of London’s Fine Art Society Contemporary.

Above: Works by Nicolas Grospierre in Alarcon Criado‘s booth in the fair’s Impulse section.

Above: Terrarium-like miniatures by Thomas Doyle in the LeBasse Projects booth.

Above: Casey Neistat‘s installation “Watch Some Movies” for PULSE Play.

Above: Dinh Q Lê‘s “I Am Large, I Contain Multitudes” (2009) in Elizabeth Leach Gallery‘s booth.

Above: Jenna Spevack‘s “Seeding the City” (2012) in the PULSE Projects section.

Above: Rafael Lozano Hemmer‘s “Bifurcation” (2012) in the bitforms booth.

Above: The view outside PULSE last night.

— Ben Davis, Benjamin Sutton