Pulse Art Fair, a satellite fair during December’s Miami art week, launched Pulse360. The invite-only membership service curates cultural experiences in major cities for collectors and other art cheerleaders. Its in-depth tour of two new exhibits at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami happens on August 17. Courtney Casci, the museum’s director of development, will highlight works by Sondra Perry, a New Jersey native who explores black history, technology and identity; and Louise Bourgeois, the late French artist who had a major show here in 2005 when the ICA was MOCA, North Miami. Perry’s “Typhoon coming on” (pictured) builds on J.M.W. Turner’s 1840 painting The Slave Ship through computer animated waves and sound. Bourgeois repurposed a pink fur coat for head sculptures depicting her various emotions.
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