DISCOVER NEW WORKS ON VIRTUAL VOLTA

A curated online art gallery through VOLTA's website, social media and newsletter.

A focused view of essential works from VOLTA’s 2019 and 2020 editions, all available to collect. Until the art world meets again in "real-time", we proudly promote artists and their galleries to the VOLTA community.

To acquire an artwork and for further information, please click on the links below and VOLTA will connect you directly with the presenting gallery.


Daniele Accossato | MonShareArt
Yaacov Agam | Bruno Art Group
Faig Ahmed | Montoro12 Gallery
Jordi Alcaraz | ALZUETA GALLERY
Conchi Alvarez | STOA
Frederic Anderson | Blond Contemporary
Axel Anklam | GALERIE ANJA KNOESS
Cristina BanBan | 1969 Gallery
Rafel Bestard | Galeria Contrast
Sam Burford | Fiumano Clase
Giorgio Bevignani | Galleria Stefano Forni
Bradley Castellanos | FOLEY
Aldo Chaparro | RoFa Projects
Fabrizio Corneli | GALLERIA ANNA MARRA
Mario Dalpra | Galerie Gans
Austin Eddy | Abigail Ogilvy Gallery
Albana Ejupi | Lukas Feichtner Galerie
Qin Feng | Crossing Art
Inma Femenia | The Flat – Massimo Carasi
Katy Ann Gilmore, Galerie Wenger
Arancha Goyeneche | SET ESPAI D'ART
Jochen Hein | Galerie Thomas Fuchs
Martijn Hesseling | Rademakers Gallery
Francie Hester | Susan Eley Fine Art
Emi Hirose | YOD Gallery
Sunyoung Hwang | ONE FOUR
Aida Izadpanah | Roya Khadjavi Projects
Paul Jacobsen | GALERIE VON&VON
Jenna Sunjoo Kang | Space776
Henry Khudyakov | Black & White Gallery
Ain Kohgen | KOHGEN DIVINE ART GALLERY
Alejandro Londoño | Galería Beta
Bence Magyarlaki | Martch Art Project
Tom McGlynn | Rick Wester Fine Art
Harding Meyer | GALERIE FREY
Vladimir Mikitenko | Art Gallery Ukraine
Mikhail Molochnikov | KultProekt
Yoca Muta | GALLERY KOGURE
Kunihiko Nohara | gallery UG
Ashley Norwood Cooper | ZINC Contemporary
Tim Okamura | Christian Marx Gallery
Ardan Özmenoğlu | Anna Laudel
Pim Palsgraaf | NL=US Gallery
Robert Pan | Alessandro Casciaro
Fabiano Parisi | The Cynthia Corbett Gallery
John Perreault | MARQUEE PROJECTS
Stefan Peters | Galerie Roger Katwijk
Alice Quaresma | Pablo's Birthday
Sonata Riepšaitė | Meno Parkas
Vicki Sher | frosch&portmann
Sook Shin | Gallery Garam
Tommy Smits | Ten Haaf Projects
Richard Streitmatter Tran | Vin Gallery
Suh Jeong Min | GALLERY ARTPARK
Liliane Tomasko | bechter kastowsky galerie
Cristina Treppo | yvonneartecontemporanea
Pat Treyer | Galerie Vitrine
Ephraim Urevbu | Art Village Gallery
Raquel van Haver | Kersgallery
Gregory Watin | Kahn Gallery
Bradley Wood | John Wolf Fine Art
Mio Yamato | COHJU contemporary art
Jin-Wook Yeom | LEE & BAE
Kim Young-Hun | Galerie Richard

 

Q&A WITH DIRECTOR KAMIAR MALEKI

We sit down with VOLTA Director Kamiar Maleki, speaking about Digital Viewing Rooms and the new and evolving reality of the art world.

How has the recent implementation of digital viewing rooms and art fairs enhanced your art viewing experience? Do you think that virtual platforms are a future for art fairs?

The recent implementation of Digital Viewing Rooms has taken the art world by force, more out of necessity than out of clear forward planning, therefore we see various types of rooms in all kinds of development. Corona has drastically changed the way we are able to operate by having lockdowns in place spanning over several months. This has forced galleries to shut their doors for the foreseeable future and therefore the DVR’s are the only possible way to interact with their clientele. Not just galleries are implementing digital viewing rooms, artists, curators, advisors are all using this platform now to create and gear traction.

>> read the full interview