design miami /08: leo villareal at pulse miami
design miami /08: leo villareal at pulse miami design miami /08: leo villareal at pulse miami
nov 25, 2008

design miami /08: leo villareal at pulse miami

‘horizon’, led’s, microcontrollers, circuitry and plexiglass tubes 2008 image © conner contemporary art

pulse miami international art fair

at: conner contemporary art, miami, USA
from: december 3 – 7, 2008

american artist leo villareal new works will be featured at conner contemporary art, as part of this year’s pulse miami international art fair. villarel is known for creating brightly colored led’s lights sculptures. for pulse miami he has created ‘horizon (2)’ a large scale led sculpture that will be on display in the courtyard.  other artists work that will be exhibited include erik sandberg, gabriel de la mora, brandon morse and kenny hunter.

design miami /08: leo villareal at pulse miami ‘big bang’,1600 led’s, microcontroller, circuitry and anodized aluminum, 2008 image © conner contemporary art

design miami /08: leo villareal at pulse miami ‘dot matrix’, 2008 image © conner contemporary art

design miami /08: leo villareal at pulse miami ‘supercluster’, 2004 image © leo villareal


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