DAVID ELLIS wins PULSE Contemporary Art Fair 2011 PULSE PRIZE
March 6, 2011 – Today is the last day to view the installation at PULSE including Animal, Ellis’ most recent motion painting created during the artist’s residency at the University of Austin, Texas; one in his series of “trash” installations, created in collaboration with composer Roberto Lange; and a wall-mounted sculptural work from his Recollection series, constructed from album covers, wood, and resin.
“Joshua Liner Gallery is pleased to announce its debut presentation at PULSE New York, to be held March 3–6, 2011. The annual fair of contemporary art will take place for the first time at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan’s Flatiron District, and will feature a roster of fifty leading national and international galleries. As a special honor, Joshua Liner Gallery has been selected to present in PULSE’s prestigious IMPULSE section, a coveted opportunity to highlight the work of a single artist. For this occasion, Joshua Liner has chosen artist David Ellis.”
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