Guide to Volta NY 2018

Armory Week arrives in New York in a little more than a month, and today Volta NY shared with ARTnews the exhibitor list for its 2018 edition.

Opening on March 7 at Pier 90, adjacent to the Armory Show, which runs concurrently, Volta will feature 85 galleries from 48 cities worldwide. (The full list is below; gallery names appear in bold and are followed by the artist or artists whose work they will present.)

A bonus this year: Artist Mickalene Thomas and collector and consultant Racquel Chevremont are co-organizing the fair’s Curated Section, “The Aesthetics of Matter,” which looks at eight artists broadly working in collage: Kennedy Yanko, Christie Neptune, David Shrobe, Tomashi Jackson, Devin Morris, Troy Michie, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, and Didier William.

At an event for press earlier this week, Thomas said, “In a state of political turmoil, historically collage seems to be a language or a form of ideology that artists work within.”


Hilger BROTKunsthalle, Vienna, Assunta Abdel Azim Mohamed
The Current, Nassau, John Cox + Natascha Vazquez
Galerie Jan Dhaese, Ghent,  Hedwig Bouckaert
Emmathomas, São Paulo, Alan Fontes
Galería Karla Osorio, Brasília, Roland Gebhardt + Estela Sokol
Angell Gallery, Toronto, Steve Driscoll
Galerie Simon Blais, Montréal, Jean-Sébastien Denis
dc3 Art Projects, Edmonton, Chromogenic Curmudgeons
Duran Mashaal, Montréal, Jen Mann
Gallery Jones, Vancouver, James Nizam
Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain, Montréal, Meryl McMaster
Galerie Nicolas Robert, Montréal, Andréann Godin
Timebag, Medellín, Harold Ortiz
The Chemistry Gallery, Prague, Jan Uldrych
Jiri Svestka Gallery, Prague, Sofe Švejdová
Gallery Poulsen, Copenhagen, Jean-Pierre Roy
55Bellechasse, Paris, Christiaan Conradie
Galerie Louis Gendre, Paris, Susan Shup
Oniris, Rennes, Véra Molnar
Galerie Richard, Paris/New York, Jeremy Thomas
Galerie Thomas Fuchs, Stuttgart, Ruprecht von Kaufmann
Kleindienst, Leipzig, Christoph Ruckhäberle
Galerie Heike Strelow, Frankfurt am Main, Starsky Brines + Herbert Wermut
Galerie Ora-Ora, Hong Kong, Erik Jeor
Lena & Roselli Gallery, Budapest, Mózes Incze
Green On Red Gallery, Dublin, Niamh McCann
Gordon Gallery, Tel Aviv, Larry Abramson
Litvak Contemporary, Tel Aviv, Vaclav Cigler + Shai Kremer
Galleria Bianconi, Milan, Cheryl Pope
Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea, Milan, Erika Nordqvist
Opere Scelte, Turin, Sven Drühl
Gallery Art Composition, Tokyo, Masayoshi Nojo
Cohju Contemporary Art, Kyoto, Sayaka Miyata
Gallery Kogure, Tokyo/New York, Takato Yamamoto
Gallery MoMo, Tokyo, Yosuke Kobashi
YOD Gallery, Osaka, Martin Honasan
Gallery Bastejs, Riga, Henrijs Preiss
(AV17) gallery, Vilnius, Nerijus Erminas
Gallery Meno parkas, Kaunas/Düsseldorf, Rosanda Sorakaitè
Richard Koh Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Hasanul Isyraf Idris
Rutger Brandt Gallery, Amsterdam, Anna Bittersohl + Enrico Freitag
Roger Katwijk, Amsterdam, Daniel Bodner
NL=US, Rotterdam, Alexandra Roozen
Soda Gallery, Bratislava, Lucia Tallová
P74 Gallery, Ljubljana, Tadej Pogacar
Bien Gallery, Seoul, Myung Nam An + Jeong Yun Choi
Gallery Simon, Seoul, Woo Young Kim
Set Espai d’art, Valencia, Noé Sendas
Vetusart, San Sebastian, Maximilian Pelzmann
Gallery Wenger, Zürich, Thomas Vinson
Nunu Fine Art, Taipei, Keb Cerda
Voloshyn Gallery, Kiev, Mikhailo Deyak
Danielle Arnaud, London, Paulette Phillips
Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh, Blair McLaughlin
Beers London, London, Jonni Cheatwood
Charlie Smith London, London, Kiera Bennett + Hugh Mendes
Coates & Scarry, London, Ariel Cabrera Montejo
Frestonian Gallery, London, Laurence Owen
Carrie Able Gallery, Brooklyn, Carrie Able
Accola Griefen Fine Art, Brooklyn, Judy Pfaff
Allouche Gallery, New York, Reinoud Oudshoorn
Black & White Gallery, Brooklyn, Shimon Okshteyn
C24 Gallery, New York, Tommy Hartung
Castor Gallery, New York, Jonathan Leder
CES, Los Angeles, Brian Robertson
Chimento Contemporary, Los Angeles, Kim Schoenstadt
Ethan Cohen Gallery, New York, Aboudia + Adetomiwa Gbadebo
David&Schweitzer Contemporary, Brooklyn, Daniel John Gadd
Foley, New York, Simon Schubert
Garis & Hahn, Los Angeles, Felix R. Cid
Fred Giampiero Gallery, New Haven, Robert Reed + Enrico Riley
Hamiltonian, Washington DC, Kyle Tata
JanKossen Contemporary, New York, Troy Simmons
Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, Katrin Korfmann
Joshua Liner Gallery, New York, Parra
Nancy Margolis Gallery, New York, Aubrey Levinthal
Pablo’s Birthday, New York, Tessa Perutz
Pan American Art Projects, Miami, Abel Barroso
REM Project, San Juan, Rafael Vargas Bernard
Sapar Contemporary, New York, Bruno Miguel
Slag Gallery, Brooklyn, William Buchina
Sponder Gallery, Boca Raton, Donald Martiny
Studio e, Seattle, Warren Dykeman + Damien Hoar de Galvan
Unix Gallery, New York, William Bradley
Vin Gallery, Ho Chi Minh City, Sto Len
KiiK Create, Brooklyn/San Juan


Salvator Mundi auction at Christies NY

On a historic night at Christie’s in New York, Salvator Mundi, a depiction of Christ as ‘Saviour of the World’ by one of history’s greatest and most renowned artists, sold for $450,312,500 / £342,182,751 (including buyer’s premium), becoming the most expensive painting ever sold at auction.

This stunning price reflects the extreme rarity of paintings by Leonardo da Vinci — there are fewer than 20 in existence acknowledged as being from the artist’s own hand, and all apart from Salvator Mundi  are in museum collections.

The global interest in a work that has been hailed as the greatest artistic rediscovery of the last 100 years saw a rapt audience of nearly 1,000 art collectors, dealers, advisors, journalists and onlookers packed into the main auction room at Rockefeller Center, with many thousands more tuning in via a live stream. Since the sale of Salvator Mundi  was announced on 10 October at Christie’s, almost 30,000 people have flocked to Christie’s exhibitions of the ‘Male Mona Lisa’ in Hong Kong, London, San Francisco and New York — the first time the painting had ever been shown to the public in Asia or the Americas.

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