VOLTA NY 2013

March 7–10, 2013

82MERCER, SoHo, New York, NY 10012, USA

Photos courtesy of David Willems

VOLTA NY 2013 at new SoHo location 82MERCER
VOLTA NY signage on Mercer Street
Jade Townsend's installation 'Ship of Fools' at Poulsen Gallery (Copenhagen)
Detail shot of Aleksandar Duravcevic's site-specific installation (with Galerie Stefan Röpke, Cologne), created specifically for VOLTA NY
Works by Long-Bin Chen at Frederieke Taylor Gallery (New York)
Works by Devin Troy Strother at Richard Heller Gallery (Los Angeles)
Artist Haruko Maeda in front of her works at Christian Larsen (Stockholm)
WOLFSTÆDTER (Frankfurt) with wall drawing and works on paper by Ins A Kromminga
balzerARTprojects (Basel) with works by Sebastian Mejia
Works by Kadar Brock at VIGO Gallery (London) and The Hole NYC (New York) booth
Babak Golkar 'Grounds for Standing and Understanding' (HilgerBROTKunsthalle, Vienna)
VOLTA NY ground floor crowd
Kristian Jarmuschek (of Jarmuschek + Partner, Berlin) oversees works by Marc Fromm at his booth. Adjacent are works by Carol Young (Beatriz Esguerra Art, Bogota)
The artist William Bradley (showing with EB&Flow, London) with collectors Susan and Michael Hort
Foreground: cut-paper installation by Elisabetta Di Maggio (LAURA BULIAN GALLERY, Milan); Background: works by Regina Scully (C24 Gallery, New York)
Balázs Kicsiny installation Killing Time (INDA Gallery, Budapest)
Hasna ben Lafkih and dealer Irina Protopopescu (SLAG Gallery, Brooklyn) with works by Naomi Safran-Hon
Lutz Göbelsmann of TEAPOT (Cologne) framed in a light installation by Susanne Rottenbacher
Taking notes at VOLTA NY
A work by Mathieu Lévesque at Galerie Trois Points (Montreal)
Rebeca Menéndez installation La Jaula (with ARANAPOVEDA Gallery, Madrid) framed by soft-focus shot of VOLTA NY opening day visitors
Carol Young ceramics installation (Beatriz Esguerra Art, Bogota)
A VOLTA NY visitor observes Michael Zelehoski (Ethan Cohen New York)
Kris Anderson with artist Ian Toms and gallerist Robert Yoder (SEASON, Seattle)
Jimi Billingsley (of Pablo's Birthday, New York) surrounded by a four-part paintstick on aluminum suite by Frank Gerritz
A visitor immersed in Hae-Sun Hwang's installation (Gallery Simon, Seoul)
A closeup of Imi Hwangbo's layered mylar works (Ellen Miller Gallery, Boston)
Projection Lost in Time by Patrick Bernatchez at BATTAT CONTEMPORARY (Montreal)
Nadia Huggins, creative director of ARC Magazine (St. Vincent and the Grenadines) in the booth's cozy seating
'On Abstraction' panel discussion, from left: William Bradley (EB&Flow, London), Regina Scully (C24 Gallery, New York), Brian Fee (VOLTA press manager), Kadar Brock (VIGO Gallery, London and The Hole NYC), and Christine Frerichs (gallery km, Santa Monica)
Visitors in front of Mathias Kessler's Ilulissat iceberg C-print (Galerie Heike Strelow, Frankfurt am Main)
Jamie Sterns of envoy enterprises (New York), surrounded by paintings by Winston Chmielinksi
Detail of Kyotaro Hakamata installation (MA2 Gallery, Tokyo)
Igsaan Martin of Brundyn + Gonsalves (Cape Town) discusses artist Mohau Modisakeng's suite of performative self-portraits with collectors
Sculpture and wall drawing by Sebastian Mejia (balzerARTprojects, Basel)
Michael Foley holds court for collectors viewing works by Alice Attie at FOLEY (New York)
A visitor views Salustiano's artwork (KAVACHNINA CONTEMPORARY, Miami)
Artist Kadar Brock (VIGO Gallery, London and The Hole NYC) and VOLTA Press Manager Brian Fee talk shop
Kristina Bength's installation The Light that is Shared and Divided (GALLERI FLACH, Stockholm)
Aleksandar Duravcevic's site-specific installation for VOLTA NY (at Galerie Stefan Röpke, Cologne)
Ingrid Dudek (Senior Specialist and Vice President at Christie's in the Asian 20th Century and Contemporary Art Department) and artist Hung Liu (Rena Bransten Gallery, Santa Monica) in conversation
Jessica Harris performs 'Invisible Ablutions' by artist Daniel Rothbart (Galerie Depardieu, Nice)
Mauro Giaconi installation (Dot Fiftyone Gallery, Miami)
Osaretin Ighile 'Obama' (Skoto Gallery, New York)
Lightbox works by Poklong Anading (Galerie Zimmermann-Kratochwill, Graz/Manila)
Petra Martinetz of TEAPOT (Cologne) contemplates light scuptures by Susanne Rottenbacher
Kendall Holmes of Cloud Coffee demonstrates the pourover method
TODAY IS THE DAY panel, featuring Arthur Ou (Parsons) and Noritoshi Hirakawa (artist/TODAY IS THE DAY founder)
crowd outside 82Mercer
VOLTA NY at 82Mercer in SoHo, artist Maria Torp (Galleri Christoffer Egelund, Copenhagen) in the background