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Selection committee for the inaugural Baha Mar Art Prize, presented by the Current (Nassau, New Providence) and the winning artist, from left: Saul Ostrow (independent curator, New York); Amanda Coulson (VOLTA Artistic Director); Kim Schoenstadt (artist, showing with Chimento Contemporary, Los Angeles); John Cox (Creative Arts Director, Baha Mar); and Ulrich Voges (VOLTA co-founder).
the artist Judy Pfaff (left, presenting with Accola Griefen Fine Art, Brooklyn) discusses her practice and body of work on view at VOLTA NY 2018 with members of the Association of Women Art Dealers
Elizabeth Lamb (left, director of Company Gallery, New York) engages with A C Hudgins, New York-based collector and MoMA trustee, as artist Troy Michie and The Aesthetics of Matter co-curator Mickalene Thomas observe
Amanda Coulson, VOLTA Artistic Director, interacts with Keb Cerda’s (right) animated paintings, powered by the artist’s custom augmented reality app, Omniscope. Presented by Nunu Fine Art, Taipei
two VOLTA guests interact with Rafael Vargas Bernard’s audio-visual mixed media work, which references and includes detritus from Hurricane Maria. Presented by REM Project (San Juan)
Fumiyuki Shimokado (director, Cohju Contemporary Art, Kyoto) and artist Sayaka Miyata
a new body of work by Parra debuts at VOLTA NY 2018, presented by Joshua Liner Gallery, New York
Alan Fontes’ immersive installation with Emmathomas (Sao Paulo)
Lyla Park (left, director of Bien Gallery, Seoul) and a VOLTA guest engage with ceramic works by Myung Nam An
Michael Foley (owner of his namesake New York gallery) and Sherri Littlefield court guests within a salon presentation by Simon Schubert
foreground: sculptures by Jeremy Thomas (Galerie Richard, Paris/New York); background: a sipte-speciific installation by Kameelah Janan Rasheed (Project For Empty Space, Newark)
at center: Julia Haney Montanez (Producer, MADE + The Shops, Architecural Digest Design Show) and Brian Fee (Communication Manager and Gallery Liaison, VOLTA) engage a VIP tour on #artXdesign in front of a project by New York curators Re-Siteduntitled folder


Jen Mann
You and Me
2017, Oil on canvas, 60 x 90 in.
Presented by Duran Mashaal, Montréal
Starsky Brines
Como Niños que se Asustan
2017, Acrylic and crayon on canvas, 174 x 153 cm.
Presented by Galerie Heike Strelow, Frankfurt/Main
Jean-Pierre Roy
Landscape with Divergent Perceptual Reference Frames
2017, Oil on linen, 191 x 140 cm.
Presented by Gallery Poulsen, Copenhagen
Judy Pfaff
2011, Paper, wood, ink, artificial flowers, 82 x 70 x 12 in.
Presented by Accola Griefen Fine Art, Brooklyn
Véra Molnar
7 syllabes
2017, Acrylic on canvas, 19.7 x 19.7 in.
Presented by Oniris, Rennes
Assunta Abdel Azim Mohamed
2017, Ballpoint pen on paper, 105 x 112 cm.
Presented by Hilger BROTKunsthalle, Vienna
Tommy Hartung
2018, 8:00 UHD.
Presented by C24 Gallery, New York
Enrico Riley
Evening Together We Can Do Anything
2017, Oil on canvas, 49.5 x 71 in.
Presented by Fred Giampietro Gallery, New Haven
Meryl McMaster
2010, Digital chromogenic print, 61 x 61 cm. Edition of 5.
Presented by Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain, Montréal
Rafael Vargas Bernard
Se voló la puerta / and everyone can see inside
2018, Found wooden door, tactile transducer speakers, insulated wire, teensy 3.2 development board, accelerometer and x, y and z position sensor, and acrylic paint.
Presented by REM Project, San Juan
Bruno MIguel
Essas Pessoas Na Sala de Jantar (These People in the Dining Room)
2018, Spray paint, cold porcelain, polyurethane foam, wire, acrylic resin, papier-mâché on porcelain, variable dimensions.
Presented by Sapar Contemporary, New York
Sofie Švejdová
2017, Acrylic on canvas, 160 x 160 cm.
Presented by Jiri Svestka Gallery, Prague