PULSE New York Announces Move to New Location for Fifth Edition

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NEW YORK, NY.- Helen Allen, Executive Director of PULSE Contemporary Art Fair, announced today that PULSE New York is moving to a new location at 330 West Street, at the corner of the West Side Highway and West Houston Street. The new venue, a former New York Central Railroad freight train terminal housing five blocks of the original High Line, has 30-foot high ceilings with varying levels of lofted space to be used for special projects. The fifth edition of PULSE New York will take place March 4 through 7, 2010. “In an effort to constantly enhance the PULSE experience, we are excited to be moving to this new warehouse complex on the Hudson River,” says Helen Allen. “The new space will allow us to continue the tradition of incorporating our physical environment into the overall presentation of thought-provoking contemporary art.”