PULSE Miami 2013, Miami, USA
Last week’s INTERNATIONAL column was mostly in Miami, as SCOPE, Art Basel Miami Beach and NADA kicked off the art fair madness in the Florida city. Also running until 8 December is the ninth edition of PULSE, which sees 90 U.S and international galleries presenting the work of photographers, digital media artists, painters, sculptors, performance artists – and online DJs. As is the way of things at such events, ‘rising young artists’ are represented with their own IMPULSE section, featuring 11 galleries presenting solo projects.
Until 8 December, www.pulse-art.com

Hiroshi Sugimoto, Seoul, South Korea
This solo exhibition by world-renowned Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto brings together the artist’s major work ranging from the late 1970s to the present, including early works Theaters and Seascapes, as well as Portraits, Lightning Fields, and his recent multimedia installation, Accelerated Buddha. The show covers Sugimoto’s interests in art, history, science, religion, and Eastern and Western traditions of philosophy, and is presented at Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art.
Until 23 March 2014, leeum.samsungfoundation.org

Manfred Pernice: fiat(lux), Villeurbanne, France
This solo exhibition at the Institut d’art contemporain (IAC) near Lyon, features over 50 works by German artist Manfred Pernice, representing more than 20 years of work. The show’s title alludes to 1997 piece, FIAT, which has been combined in a number of ways since and is the first piece encountered by visitors to this show. Pernice creates sculptures using everyday materials such as chipboard, concrete and bricks, frequently combining them with found objects, texts and video which often reference the history of East Germany.
6 December – 23 February 2014, www.i-ac.eu

Made in Commons, Amsterdam, Holland
Made in Commons is a collaborative project between KUNCI Cultural Studies Center in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, and Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam (SMBA). Ten artists and artist groups based in the Netherlands and Indonesia take part in this multimedia exhibition, the first of four presentations in partnership with art institutions from non-Western countries. The show explores how artists have responded to the art market by embracing the concept of ‘commons’ over that of private ownership.
Until 26 January 2014, www.smba.nl