VOLTA Announces Exhibitor List, New Venue

The fair moves a bit closer to its sister fair, the Armory.

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The VOLTA NY fair. Photo: Benjamin Sutton.

VOLTA, the Armory Show’s sister fair which was founded in Switzerland in 2005, revealed its 2015 exhibitor list and announced a new venue today. The fair, which takes place March 5–8, will be held at Pier 90 in Hell’s Kitchen on the far west side of Manhattan. The new location positions VOLTA even closer to the Armory Show than it had been in recent seasons—it’s been held in midtown and on Mercer Street in Soho.

This year, a total of 93 exhibitors will present at VOLTA, as compared with 98 last year. The show has become best known for carefully curated booths that typically showcase the work of just one artist. This year, over 80 percent of the galleries are repeat exhibitors, who participated in a previous edition. UNION Gallery, from London will show work by seminal British artist Rose Wylie, while BravinLee programs presents a three-decade survey of Thomas Nozkowski’c abstract paintings.

Among the new galleries to VOLTA is San Francisco’s Haines Gallery, which will spotlight, Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian, whose four-decade solo survey opens at the Guggenheim in New York the following week (March 13).

Exterior of Pier 90, Photo: courtesy David Willems Photography

Exterior of Pier 90, Photo: courtesy David Willems Photography

Here is the complete list of exhibitors along with the artists they’ll be showing:

313 ART PROJECT (Seoul) / Kiwon Park

ADA Gallery (Richmond, VA) / Brian Novatny

Danielle Arnaud Contemporary Art (London) / Sarah Woodfine

ARNDT Contemporary Art (Berlin/Singapore) / Jigger Cruz

ARTLabAfrica (Nairobi) / Peterson Kamwathi

BACKSLASH GALLERY (Paris) / RERO; Galerie Anita Beckers (Frankfurt) / Christiane Feser

Beers Contemporary (London) / Sebastian Schrader

beta pictoris / Maus Contemporary (Birmingham, AL) / Travis Somerville

Rena Bransten Projects (San Francisco) / Marci Washington

BravinLee programs (New York) / Thomas Nozkowski

Brunnhofer Gallery (Linz) / Katharina Karner

CES Gallery (Los Angeles) / Ira Svobodová

CHARLIE SMITH LONDON (London) / Tom Butler

Christinger De Mayo (Zurich) / Yves Netzhammer

Ethan Cohen New York (New York) / Aboudia

CONNERSMITH. (Washington DC) / Erik Thor Sandberg

Curator’s Office (Washington DC) / Jefferson Pinder

LUIS DE JESUS LOS ANGELES (Los Angeles) / Matthew Carter and Nathan Gluck

Galerie Anne de Villepoix (Paris) / Yashua Klos

Galerie Jan Dhaese (Ghent) / Lee Ranaldo

Dittrich & Schlechtriem (Berlin) / Andrej Dúbravsky

Galerie Dukan (Paris/Leipzig) / Olivier Masmonteil

GALLERI CHRISTOFFER EGELUND (Copenhagen) / Ida Kvetny

Jonathan Ferrara Gallery (New Orleans) / Nikki Rosato

Galleri Flach (Stockholm) / Lisa D Manner

The Flat – Massimo Carasi (Milan) / Leonardo Ulian

Foley Gallery (New York) / Simon Schubert

frosch&portmann (New York) / David Hayward

Lucy García Gallery (Santo Domingo) / Jorge Pineda

Denis Gardarin Gallery (New York) Rudolf Polanszky

GE Galería (San Pedro Garza Garcia) + Invaliden1 Galerie (Berlin) / Sergio Belinchón

FRED.GIAMPIETRO Gallery (New Haven, CT) / Clint Jukkala and Jonathan Waters

Haines Gallery (San Francisco) / Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian

Patrick Heide Contemporary Art (London) / Alex Hamilton

Richard Heller Gallery (Los Angeles) / Michelle Grabner and Dustin Yellin

HilgerBROTKunsthalle (Vienna) / Daniel Leidenfrost and Simón Vega

Hionas Gallery (New York) / Guillermo Pfaff

The Hole (New York) / Gabriel Pionkowski

MARIANE IBRAHIM (Seattle) / Maïmouna Guerresi

Inda Gallery (Budapest) / Balázs Kicsiny

Jenkins Johnson Gallery (San Francisco) / Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle

Kevin Kavanagh (Dublin) / Robert Armstrong;

Galerie Kleindienst (Leipzig) / Tilo Baumgärtel

GALLERY KOGURE (Tokyo) / Fuyuki Maehara

Galerie Kornfeld (Berlin) / Robert Fry

LYNCH THAM (New York) / Quisqueya Henríquez

MA2Gallery (Tokyo) / Nobuaki Onishi

Makebish (New York) / Adrian Tone

PATRICK MIKHAIL GALLERY (Ottawa/Montreal) / Natasha Mazurka

Mixed Greens (New York) / Rudy Shepherd

GALLERY MOMO (Tokyo) / Katsumi Hayakawa

Morgan Lehman Gallery (New York) / Rubens Ghenov and David Rathman

MULHERIN TORONTO NEW YORK (Toronto/New York) / Megan Whitmarsh

Marisa Newman Projects (New York) / Adler Guerrier

NOMADGALLERYBRUSSELS (Brussels) / Lavar Munroe

Pablo’s Birthday (New York) / Mason Saltarrelli

PDX CONTEMPORARY ART (Portland) / Arnold J. Kemp

Popopstudios (Nassau) / Kendal Hanna

Andrew Rafacz Gallery (Chicago) / Robert Burnier

Lyle O. Reitzel Arte Contemporaneo (Santo Domingo) / Hulda Guzmán

robert henry contemporary (Brooklyn) / Derek Lerner

RYAN LEE (New York) / Paul Henry Ramirez

Samsøñ (Boston) / Lisa Sigal

Scaramouche (New York) + The Pool NYC (New York) / Eric Mistretta

SEASON (Seattle) / Peter Scherrer

Shin Gallery (New York) / Hyon Gyon

Shulamit Gallery (Venice, CA) / Miri Chais and Sanaz Mazinani

SIM Galería (Curitiba) / Rodrigo Torres

Slag Gallery (Brooklyn) / Naomi Safran-Hon and Dan Voinea

Spinello Projects (Miami) / Sinisa Kukec

Stene Projects (Stockholm) / Per Fhager

MARC STRAUS (New York) / Sam Jinks and Marin Majic / Galerie Heike Strelow (Frankfurt) / Hendrik Zimmer

STUDIO10 (Brooklyn) / Jude Tallichet

Catinca Tabacaru Gallery (New York) / Rachel Monosov

Dianne Tanzer Gallery (Melbourne) + This Is No Fantasy (Fitzroy) / Petrina Hicks

Frederieke Taylor Gallery (New York) / [dNASAb]

TEZUKAYAMA GALLERY (Osaka) / Tomohiro Kato

Galerie Trois Points (Montreal) / Anne-Renée Hotte

Two Rams (New York) / Ryan Schneider

UNION Gallery (London) / Rose Wylie

Upfor Gallery (Portland) / Jack Featherly

Vane (Newcastle upon Tyne) / Stephen Palmer; WHATIFTHEWORLD (Cape Town) / Michael Taylor

widmertheodoridis (Zurich) / Jim Verburg

Mark Wolfe Contemporary (San Francisco) / Todd Lanam

YOD Gallery (Osaka) / Hiroshi Shinno

Steven Zevitas (Boston) / Franklin Evans and Ann Pibal

Galeri Zilberman (Istanbul) / Burçak Bingöl

 

 

 

 


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