June 11–16, 2018

Elsässerstrasse 215, CH-4056 Basel, Switzerland

Photos courtesy of Michael Kunz (vollbild FOTOGRAFIE) and Nicholas Winter Photography



Can Yavuz (center, owner of Yavuz Gallery, Singapore) and dealer Stella Chang engage a collector, with a new painting by Abdul Abdullah in background
Andreas Pucher (left) and Thomas Fuchs (right, co-directors of Galerie Thomas Fuchs, Stuttgart) engage with collectors around new paintings by Christian Awe
Josef Zahorian (right) and Silvia Van Espen (center), co-directors of Zahorian & Van Espen (Bratislava/Prague) engage with collectors Susan and Michael Hort around a “tie-dye” painting by Viktorie Langer
Urusla Hawlitschka of Montoro12 Contemporary Art (Rome/Brussels) and a collect discuss new hand-painted “tapestries” by Jason Seife
Gwen Reliquet and Maïa Muller (of her namesake Paris gallery) greet collectors around a solo presentation by Fritz Bornstück
Richard Scarry and Chippy Coates (co-owners of Coates and Scarry, London) discuss Armando Mariño’s works with collector Ole Faarup
Amanda Camp (right, of MARS Gallery, Melbourne) and artist Daniel Agdag engage with a guest around the artist’s cardboard machines, ‘Sample of no value’
Ilona Anhava (center, owner of her namesake Helsinki gallery) engages with clients around a solo project by Jorma Puranen
Adela Demetja (left, curator and associate at Galerie Heike Strelow, Frankfurt am Main) discusses Venezuelan artist Starsky Brines’ latest paintings and paintings on paper with clients
Shyevin S’ng, director of Vin Gallery (Ho Chi Minh City) engages with collectors around works by Yohei Yama and Le Quang Ha
Haruka Ito (center, owner of Island Japan, Tokyo) presents works by BIEN to collectors
Agnieszka Prendota (center, director of Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh) in discussion around a solo presentation by Ilona Szalay
Josephine Fity (left, director of V1 Gallery, Copenhagen) engages with a VIP within the gallery’s salon presentation “Tables, Pots & Plants: A Song for Matisse”
Roberto Escobar Molina (aka REM, director of REM Project, San Juan) engages collectors around works by Raul Estéras (foreground and right) and Javier y Jaime Suárez (left)
Victor Lope (seated at right, owner of Victor Lope Arte Contemporáneo, Barcelona) and associate Marta Camprubí (center) engage with guests around works by Mario Dilitz, Dirk Salz, and Patrik Grijalvo
Mihael Milunovic (left, exhibiting with AD Gallery, Athens) gestures toward his artworks as Alexandra Arapinis (right, gallery director) discusses the gallery’s sociopolitical dialogue between artists MIlunovic and Manuel Ocampo
Frederikke West (seated, head of exhibitions for Martin Asbæk Gallery, Copenhagen) catches up on correspondence within a booth of new works by Maria Rubinke (sculpture) and Peter Bonde (paintings). Reflected in Bonde’s third work is a view into V1 Gallery’s salon presentation “Tables, Pots & Plants: A Song for Matisse” across the aisle.
Left: Galleri Flach (Stockholm), presenting a solo suite of paintings by Pauliina Pietilä. right: Reyes Martinez (center, owner of Set Espai d’Art, Valencia) and gallery associate Kasia Nagórska discuss works by Ana H. del Amo and Sean Mackaoui with a guest
Anca Poterasu (center right, owner of her namesake Bucharest gallery) engages collectors around works by Iulian Bisericaru
Gallery Steinsland Berliner (Stockholm) associate Hanna Wörman (left) discusses Malin Gabriela Nordin’s solo suite of paintings and sculpture with guests
Primo Marella (left back, owner of his namesake Milan gallery and partner of Primae Noctis, Lugano) in discussion around a pan-African survey, featuring works by (from left) Abdoulaye Konaté, Ifeoma U. Anyaeji, and Joël Andrianomearisoa
A view into VOLTA14 Basel through Cameron Platter’s Purple Monster and Orange Monster (presented by Hilger BROTKunsthalle, Vienna). At right, a large-scale Platter work on paper.
Maurizio Caldirola Arte Contemporaneo (Monza), featuring sculpture by Bernardí Roig and painting by Wang Zhongjie
Raymond Bulman (right, director of The Hole, New York) discusses Jonathan Chapline’s immersive solo booth project with a guest
Ciara Gibbons (center, of Gibbons & Nicholas, Dublin) discusses Dragana Jurisic’s works with collectors
A VOLTA guest views mixed-media prints by Shadi Rezaei and sculpture by Rhine Bernardino (both presented by Fiumano Clase, London)
At Galleria Paola Verrengia (Salerno), artist Amparo Sard, center in yellow, discusses her practice with collectors, as other guests engage with her artworks and those by Kaori Miyayama (left wall) and Maria Elisabetta Novello (center wall, right side)
Silvia Borella and Mauro Piredda (co-owners of Privateview, Turin) discuss Johan de Wit’s solo project works with collectors
VOLTA guests react to Daniel Agdag’s automated cardboard machines, a solo presentation Sample of no value presented by MARS Gallery, Melbourne
Luis Gomez de Teran, aka GOMEZ, works on Art Market, his site-specific wall mural created for VOLTA14 Basel, supported by his gallery Montoro12 Contemporary Art (Rome/Brussels)