PRESS IMAGES // 2016

High-res pictures can be downloaded by clicking on the image. All photos by David Willems with courtesy of VOLTA. For further information please contact us at press@remove.me @voltashow.com.

 

 

 

 

 

VOLTA NY's home at Pier 90, seen from Hudson River
VOLTA Artistic Director Amanda Coulson, Something I Can Feel curator Derrick Adams, and Fountainhead Residency founder Kathryn Mikesell
Paulina Bębecka (center, director of Postmasters Gallery, New York) engages visitors around Hugh Hayden's new Fossil Fashion series
Collectors Susan and Michael Hort pose with artist Tom Anholt (showing with Galerie Mikael Andersen, Copenhagen)
Andria Morales (with microphone) and Ala Muerte (guitar) perform with Morales' custom Beatpacks audio devices within the Curated Section during Vernissage
Karl LaRocca (right, owner of Kayrock Screenprinting, Brooklyn) presents works by Kristen Schiele to Karen Boyer (near left, Principal, Elements in Play) and others
Caryl Ivrisse Crochemar (director of 14N61W espace d'art contemporain, Fort-de-France) and exhibiting artist Ronad Cyrille
Looking out from the Mezzanine Lounge. Left: beta pictoris gallery (Birmingham AL), featuring pictured works by Leslie Smith III; center: Galerie Division (Montréal/Toronto), featuring works by An Te Liu; right: Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery (London), fea
Wei-Ling Lim (center foreground, owner of Wei-Ling Gallery, Kuala Lumpur) discusses works by Ivan Lam with a collector
Light and Shadow. Left: Galerie Dukan (Paris/Leipzig) with works by Karine Rougier; right: Hionas Gallery (New York) with works by Joan Waltemath
The artist Anthony Goicolea (left, presenting with Galería Senda, Barcelona) with CAMH Director Bill Arning
A young art-lover (in background, works by Balint Zsako, presented by The Proposition, New York, for Something I Can Feel)

PRESS IMAGES // 2016

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Gabriel Martinez (presented by Samsøñ, Boston)
BITS (Bayside 5), 2015
Archival inkjet, silkscreen, palladium leaf on paper,
42 x 19.75 inches
Courtesy: Wakefield Poole
Dawit Abebe (presented by Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London)
No. 2 Background 40; 2016, acrylic and collage on canvas, 240 x 200 cm
Kristen Schiele (presented by Kayrock Screenprinting, Brooklyn)
Fake Euro; 2016, Silkscreen and acrylic on board, 32 x 22 in
Scherezade Garcia (presented by Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery, Santo Domingo/New York)
Las Terrenas I; 2015, Acrylic, pigments, charcoal, collage and ink on canvas, 72 x 48 in
Amir H. Fallah (presented by Gordon Gallery, Tel Aviv)
Reclining Muse; 2015, Acrylic, colored pencil and collage on paper mounted to canvas, 6 x 4 ft
Mohammad Al Ghamdi (presented by Hafez Gallery, Jeddah)
Untitled, 2014, mixed-media on wood, 100 x 150 cm
Mário Macilau (presented by Ed Cross Fine Art, London)
Stairs of Shadows (from Growing in Darkness); 2015, Archival pigment on cotton rag paper, 31.5 x 47.2 in, (edition of 6 + AP)
Myra Greene (presented by PATRON, Chicago)
Untitled (Ref. #10) (from Character Recognition); 2006-7, black glass ambrotype, 7.5 x 9.9 cm
Natalia Ossef (presented by Rutger Brandt Gallery, Amsterdam)
Harvest, 2015, Oil on canvas, 65 x 75 cm
Tomoko Takagi (presented by ARTCOURT Gallery, Osaka)
Beppu 23; 2015, Oil on canvas, 162 x 194 cm
Shoplifter / Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir (presented by Hverfisgallerí, Reykjavik)
Nebula II, 2016
Synthetic hair, mesh, wood, 30 x 30 x 4 inches
Photographed by Chris Clinton
Becca Lowry (presented by Fred Giampietro Gallery, New Haven)
Walk Willing; 2015, Mixed-media, wire, fabric and paint on carved wood, 22 x 19.25 x 4 in