VOLTA BASEL 2019
JUNE 10–15, ELSÄSSERSTRASSE 215

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Visitor immersing in David Décamp’s singular world at Galerie La Forest Divonne (Paris / Brussels)
Mio Yamato, exhibiting artist with Cohju Contemporary Art (Kyoto), performs a live painting action during the opening preview. Yamato collaborated with Aesop in a site-specific intervention at the skincare brand’s Spalenberg Basel boutique.
Shyevin S’ng (right, owner of Vin Gallery, Ho Chi Minh City) introduces Dario Maglionico and Richard Streitmatter-Tran’s works with guests
Joshua Liner Gallery (New York) featuring the work of Parra and Felipe Pantone
Mark Hachem (far left, owner of Galerie Mark Hachem, Paris/Beirut) and director Dorothée Quentel, right, engage with guests, in the presence of sculpture by Philippe Hiquily (left and far right), Michelangelo Bastiani, and Samper
Michael Kaufmann (standing, director of HilgerBROTKunsthalle, Vienna) and guests around works by Marko Tadic and Shepard Fairey
Rinus van Hall and Kouji Ohno, the artists exhibiting with KYAS Art Salon (Amsterdam), discuss Ohno’s single-wood carved sculpture Quantum Entanglement with a visitor. Van Hall’s new series The Fake Surface is displayed in the background
Paul Stolper (right, owner of his namesake London gallery) and associate Sam Barnes greet a guest around their solo project of Brian Eno’s lightbox works
Jeroen Dijkstra (center, director of Livingstone Gallery, The Hague/Berlin) presents works from the gallery’s curated project, The Collective Memory Archive, to guests. Artists on view include Aaron van Arp, Ruri Matsumoto, and Manfred Schneider
Pim Palsgraaf presents his collapsed architecture sculpture to a guest, exhibited at NL=US Art (Rotterdam) in concert with Lizan Freijsen’s wall and floor carpets
Victor Lope Arte Contemporaneo (Barcelona), with sculptures by Mario Dilitz and works on paper by Kepa Garraza
Andreas Pucher, center right, co-director of Galerie Thomas Fuchs, Stuttgart, engages guests around paintings by Rainer Fetting and Jochen Hein
Anouk Le Bourdiec (left, owner, Galerie ALB, Paris) engages with a collector as gallery associate Rosalie Pernot looks on. Works on view include Mon Colonel & Spit, Damien Moulierac, Jérome Romain, and Andoni Maillard
Arne Zimmermann (Owner, Pablo’s Birthday, New York) in conversation with a VOLTA VIP, surrounded by works by Peter Mohall, Alice Quaresma, and Thorsten Brinkmann
Jerome O Drisceoll (owner, Green On Red Gallery, Dublin) discusses Xavier Theunis’ new painting with a guest
Zavier Ellis (owner, Charlie Smith London) greets collectors. In background, a new painting by Geraldine Swayne, in her Basel debut
Guido Maus (Owner, Maus Contemporary, Birmingham, USA) and collector Carole Server in discussion around a painting by Mafalda Figueiredo, while collector Susan Host greets dealer Quang Bao (1969 Gallery, New York). The artist Figueiredo herself stands in the center background.
Foreground: Paul Jacobsen’s site specific installation for Galerie Von&Von (Nuremberg). Background, works by Stefan Peters (showing with Galerie Roger Katwijk, Amsterdam)
A group photo, featuring artist Cristina BanBan, center, gallerist Quang Bao (near right, owner of 1969 Gallery, New York), collectors Carole Server and Susan and Michael Hort, and gallery colleagues and friends
Daniela Rosso (right, owner of Beta Galeria, Bogotá) and a guest engage with a wall sculpture by Aldo Chaparro
Sarya Martin (center, director of Artual Gallery, Beirut) and guests, around works by Stickymonger and Katrin Fridriks
A group photo, featuring artist Cristina BanBan, center, gallerist Quang Bao (near right, owner of 1969 Gallery, New York), collectors Carole Server and Susan and Michael Hort, and gallery colleagues and friends
Works by Viktorie Langer and Jaroslav Kysa (presented by Zahorian & Van Espen, Bratislava/Prague)
MEYERS Culinarium restaurant at VOLTA