VOLTA13

June 12 – 17, 2017

MARKTHALLE, Viaduktstrasse 10, CH-4051 Basel, Switzerland

Photos: Nicholas Winter Photography and vollbild FOTOGRAFIE

 

 

VOLTA13 at Markthalle // left: Maus Contemporary (Birmingham), with works by Akiko Mashima and Yoshishige Furukawa; right: Art Front Gallery (Tokyo), with works by Tadashi Kawamata, Takako Azami, and Kouseki Ono, Photo: Michael Kunz – vollbild Fotografie
VOLTA13 at Markthalle // left: Martin Asbæk Gallery (Copenhagen), presenting Paul McDevitt and Des Hughes; center: Richard Koh Fine Art (Kuala Lumpur), presenting Yeoh Choo Kuan, Hasanul Isyraf Idris, and Anne Samat; right: Robert Henry Contemporary (Brooklyn), presenting Pancho Westendarp; and YOD Gallery (Osaka), featuring Masakazu Fujiwara, Photo: Michael Kunz – vollbild Fotografie
Zavier Ellis (center, owner of Charlie Smith London) confers with a collector as gallery manager Rosanna Dean follows up with correspondence. A new Tom Butler painting, part of the gallery’s ‘Interiority’ curated booth, looks on, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Heike Strelow (of her namesake Frankfurt am Main gallery) presents new paintings by Starsky Brines and a major mirrored Pixelbild by Winter/Hörbelt to collectors Oliver Frankel and Carole Server as gallerist Adela Demetja prepares documents, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Michelangelo Penso Colonne sonore, presented by The Flat – Massimo Carasi (Milan), Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Partially hidden by a showstopping Folkert de Jong bronze, Sam Dukan (right, owner of Galerie Dukan, Paris/Leipzig) discusses works by Karine Rougier and Yigal Ozeri with collectors, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Markus Kersting (center, co-owner of Krupic Kersting Galerie | Kuk, Cologne) with German-Belgian duo Eden & Lernout, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Orit Ephrat-Moscovitz (near right, director of Litvak Contemporary, Tel Aviv) engages collectors around works by Elad Kopler and Amir Tomoshev, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Mauro Piredda (second from left) and Silvia Borella (seated, co-owners of PRIVATEVIEW, Torino) discusses their solo project of Ted Larsen with collectors, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Josephine Fity (center, director of V1 Gallery, Copenhagen) presents Stoner Forest II (Poem For The Literates), a solo installation by Geoff McFetridge, to the preview crowd, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Thomas Fuchs (center, of his namesake Stuttgart gallery) presents new works by Jochen Hein to collectors, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Foreground: the NOMAD Lounge; background: steel mesh sculptures by Seungwoo Park (presented by Magic Beans, Berlin), Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Foreground: Robert Walden and Henry Chung, co-owners of Robert Henry Contemporary (Brooklyn) present Pancho Westendarp’s solo project to collectors; background: Richard Koh and Jessica Ho (both of Richard Koh Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur) discuss works by Anne Samat and Yeoh Choo Kuan with a client
Tancrède Hertzog (left) and Léopold Legros (center), co-owners of Galerie T&L (Paris) hold court in a solo booth project by Tindar, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Moiz Zilberman (right, owner of Zilberman Gallery, Istanbul/Berlin) in discussion with collector Alain Servais about photography’s expressive potential and artists Alpin Arda Bagçik, Zeynep Kayan, and Ahmet Ehlan, as gallerists Naz Cuguoğlu and Bernak Kharabi assist collector Eva Fernandez Ruiz, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Hubertus Hamm’s “fingerprint portrait” reflects upon his Galerie Kornfeld’s (Berlin) booth, featuring further experimental portrait photography by the artist as well as new paintings by Franziska Klotz on the far wall, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Eric Moucher (near left, of his namesake Paris gallery) and Sonia Chanel (center) receive guests around mixed-media works by Remi Dal Negro and Cyril Zarcone, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Guests immerse in Knight Webb Gallery’s (London) presentation at VOLTA13, featuring (pictured) paintings and works on paper by Juliane Hundertmark and tabletop sculptures by Simon Gaiger, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Carlos Carvalho (of his namesake Lisbon gallery) discusses Mónica de Miranda’s photographic works with a client, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Tets Ohnari (exhibiting with Tezukayama Gallery, Osaka) sets up his performance action blink, which in an instant will crack the glass pane to “activate” and complete the piece, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
VOLTA13 at Markthalle // corridor view, beginning with Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery’s (London) portraiture group booth and a “collector’s suite” at Martin Kudlek (Cologne), Photo: Michael Kunz – vollbild Fotografie
A VOLTA VIP photographs a new handmade tapestry by Faig Ahmed (co-presented by Montoro 12 Contemporary, Milan, and Sapar Contemporary, New York), Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
A VOLTA VIP photographs hand-made feather “flowers” by Kosei Komatsu (presented by Cohju Contemporary, Kyoto), Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Francesco Giaveri (near right, of ADN Galería, Barcelona) discusses works by Carlos Aires and Kendell Geers with a collector, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Bart Keijsers Koning (center, director of LMAKgallery, New York) presents works on paper by Jane Benson and minimalist photography by Popel Coumou to a bustling midweek clientele, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Anca Poterasu (right, of her namesake Bucharest gallery) discusses with guests a painting by Iulian Bisericaru, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Miguel Guerrero, director of Galería Enrique Guerrero (Mexico City) discusses Richard Stipl’s latest large-scale wood sculpture with a collector. A collaborative ink on handmade paper composition by Stipl and Josef Zlamal, as well as paintings by Pedro Vaz, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Jessica Chien (left, of Nunu Fine Art, Taipei) engages guests with Morgan O’Hara’s performative drawings series, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Massimo Micucci and Ursula Hawlitschka (co-directors of Montoro12 Contemporary Art, Rome) discusses Emmanuelle De Ruvo’s equilibirum sculpture and 2D compositions with a client. In foreground: a new tapestry Secret Garden by Faig Ahmed, also presented by the gallery, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Massimo Carasi (right, of his namesake Milan gallery) discusses Michelangelo Penso’s Colonne sonore hanging ceramic sculptures with collectors, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Lina Uchida (center, presenting with Gallery Kogure, Tokyo/New York) discusses her hand-molded and burned Japanese paper sculptures with guests, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
The artist Paolo Cavinato (center, presenting with The Flat – Massimo Carasi, Milan) discusses his works with a VOLTA guest as Daniela Barbieri of the gallery looks on, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
Hisa Abe (left, of Tyler Rollins Fine Art, New York) presents works by Sopheap Pich to collectors, based on a body of work developed by the Cambodian artist for his concurrent participation in the 57th Venice Biennale, Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
A VOLTA VIP engages with reclaimed and re-appropriated ceramics by Penny Byrne (presented by Coates & Scarry, London), Photo: Nicholas Winter Photography
VOLTA guests immerse within Stano Filko’s works from the past several decades, presented by SODA Gallery (Bratislava)
Guido Maus (left, owner of Maus Contemporary, Birmingham) presents an early ‘70s work by Yoshishige Furukawa to VOLTA guests. In foreground: wood sculpture by Akiko Mashima
Dominique Benzakin of Gabinete de Arte k2o (Brasília) engages a collector in works by Galeno and Almandrade
Ulrich Voges (center, co-founder of the VOLTA fairs) discusses Assunta Abdel Azim Mohamed’s works with a group of emerging collectors from Roche. Mohamed’s latest body of work is presented by HilgerBROTKunsthalle (Vienna)
Cristina Stoenescu and Anca Poterasu (both of Poterasu’s eponymous Bucharest gallery) engage a collector with works by Iulian Bisericaru