Sarah Cascone of Artnet News highlights works by female artists that were more than prevalent at Pulse Art Fair in Miami Beach. Zoë Buckman’s Champ from her series Mostly It’s Just Uncomfortable hung bright in color and bold in message in the PROJECTS section of the fair.
Here’s a brief excerpt from the article, Female Artists Take their Rightful Place at Pulse Miami Beach:
Amid the 25-odd art fairs taking place in Miami this week, PULSE Miami Beach stands apart from the competition with its focus on single-artist presentations, and an impressive contingent of work by female artists.
Strong feminist statements are to be found at every turn: Zoe Buckman’s Champ, a giant neon pair of ovaries with boxing gloves, packed a literal punch as one of the PULSE Projects pieces, in the rear of the north tent…”
Read the article in its entirety here.