South Africa's Tony Gum won the 2017 Miami Beach PULSE PRIZE for her debut solo exhibition, Ode to She, artnet News reports reports. The 22-year-old artist walks away with a prize of $2,500 (approximately R34, 000).
PULSE Miami Beach returns for its 13th edition this weekend, and these are the black artists you can't miss.
PULSE Miami Beach, a fair that dedicates itself to all things contemporary art, goes down at Indian Beach Park this Thursday, December 7 through Sunday, December 10.
This will be the 13th edition for the fair and marks the debut of their new director, Katelijne De Backer. Under her leadership PULSE will welcome its vibrant audience to over 70 galleries from five continents and will introduce 15 first time exhibitors at the fair.
The fair's oceanfront location is the perfect backdrop for a multi-faceted and engaging experience with a range of works from international artists.
You can find the complete rundown of who will be showing art at PULSE Miami Beach here, and read up on the four black artists you need to see at the fair below.