PRESS RELEASES 2014

PRESS IMAGES 2014

 

Below please find a selection of high res images from artworks shown at VOLTA10.


High-res pictures can be downloaded by clicking on the image. Please add the captions and quote the courtesy of the gallery and/or VOLTA should you use any of the pictures on the website.


A selection of previous fair images of VOLTA in high resolution can be found on the menu on the left. For further information please contact us at press@remove.me @voltashow.com.


 

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IMAGES FROM THE FAIR //

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VOLTA10 under Markthalle's soaring cupola dome                     


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The artist Aimé Mpane (near right, in yellow shirt) and NOMAD Gallery (Brussels) director Ashley Peeler (far right) discuss his carved-relief portraits to the VOLTA10 preview crowd


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Lars Rahbek, director of LARMgalleri (Copenhagen) presents custom Wunderkammer cabinets by Poul Gernes, filled with small-scale works by gallery artists and others, to a collector


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Galerie Kornfeld (Berlin) owner Alfred Kornfeld (right) and director Giovanni Di Sanctis (far left) assemble clients in front of artist Claudia Chaseling's site-specific mural Cloud


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Under the Markthalle dome, foreground left: widmerandtheodoridis (Eschlikon); right: Patrick Heide Contemporary Art (London)


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Foreground right: Krysta Eder, assistant director at The Hole (New York) discusses Kasper Sonne's artworks to a collector. Sonne's chain-link curtain hangs across the gallery booth


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The artist Kristoffer Mykska (right, showing with Galerie Mario Mazzoli, Berlin) presents his kinetic sculptures to a collector 


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Jochel Hempel (of his namesake Berlin gallery) discusses his booth installation, comprised of gallery artists and six masterworks from the Rusche Collection, to collectors


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The artist Tomotaka Yasui (left, showing with MA2Gallery, Tokyo) discusses his figurative sculptures to a collector


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Jerome O'Drisceoll (director of Green on Red, Dublin) talks new works by Gerard Byrne and Bridget Riley to collectors


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Spencer Brownstone (center, of his namesake New York gallery) discusses Fred Eerdekens' metal and shadow word sculptures to collectors


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Marc Straus (left, of his namesake New York gallery) and collectors, foregrounded by new mixed-media assemblages by Jeffrey Gibson


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Robert Walden (co-owner of robert henry contemporary, Brooklyn) presents color-chart works on paper by Richard Garrison to collectors


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The artist Tomohiro Kato (left, showing with TEZUKAYAMA GALLERY, Osaka) leads two VIPs in a traditional Japanese tea ceremony within his steel tea-room installation TETTEI


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Guido Maus (director of beta pictoris gallery, Birmingham AL) presents works on paper from the estate of Eugene James Martin to a collector


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Foreground: a relief sculpture by Stijn Ank (Michael Janssen, Berlin); background: mixed-media works on paper by Frohawk Two Feathers (Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York)


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Foreground: GalleryLOG's artist video series for VOLTA10, featuring Todd Pavlisko (Samsøñ, Boston); background: ink on mylar paintings by Farley Aguilar (Spinello Projects, Miami)


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Ethan Cohen (owner/director of his namesake New York gallery) hangs new Qin Feng ink works as his booth artists continue to sell, while gallery assistant Aude Barras (in black jumpsuit) engages clients


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Foreground left: Miguel Angel Sánchez (director of adn galería, Barcelona) interacts with a client on Eugenio Merino's political sculptures, while gallery manager Susanna Corchia takes a message; background: mixed-media paintings by Quattara Watts (presented by Ethan Cohen New York)


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A VOLTA10 visitors locks eyes with Richard Stipl's self-portrait relief sculpture, which (for the first time) incorporates his new bride into the scene (presented by Galería Enrique Guerrero, Mexico City). background: prints by Mohau Modisakeng (presented by BRUNDYN+, Cape Town)


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Sungwon Lee, director of Gallery H.A.N. (Seoul) interacts with a client, in front of new relief sculptures by Kyeongsig Yang


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Ashleigh Mclean, director of Whatiftheworld (Cape Town) speaks to a collector in front of Athi-Patra Ruga's mural-sized tapestry The Versatile Queen and Autocrat of all Azania


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Hisa Abe (assistant director at Tyler Rollins Fine Art, New York) and VOLTA's Brian Fee engage with collectors on Jimmy Ong's watercolors during a private VIP tour


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