As every year, at VOLTA7 there will be more than commercial galleries on show. Independent artists, local Basel residents, artist projects and collectives are also asked to share the important Basel platform.

The HomeBase Project


From Berlin/New York the The HomeBase Project also finds temporary sanctuary at VOLTA7. The HomeBase Project is an International site-specific urban art project that explores the notion of home as a window into questions of identity, and as the foundation of humanity. By pursuing a nomadic model annually in neighborhoods undergoing change and inviting a diverse group of international artists / collaborators, HomeBase seeks to challenge the role of art as a tool for cross-cultural dialogue, social integration, and community cultivation, thus fostering interconnectedness in society through the arts.

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Kaikai Kiki Gallery | New Day


Kaikai Kiki and VOLTA7 are proud to announce a special exhibition spread over two locations at the fair, with the booths offering guests a wide-ranging mix of art, live entertainment, and charity efforts. After the earthquake in Japan and the cancellation of Takashi Murakami’s GESAI art fair, VOLTA7 is pleased to host them in Basel.

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Marc Fromm


Other collateral projects include the presentation of work by German artist Marc Fromm by the art foundation of Saxony-Anhalt.

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An ongoing site-specific event by local Basel artists’ group Stellwerk, who will present their SHOWROOMBASEL, presenting and distributing products, furniture and media by local micro-labels and young designers. SHOWROOMBASEL's dedication is to promote and encourage innovative design in Basel and worldwide.

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