VOLTA Art Fair New York: Discover. Connect. Collect.

It’s art season in New York – so many great shows and exhibitions on view for art lovers and collectors alike from various genres. The creativity among the various artists seem limitless with new interpretations and new ideas in works ever more pleasing to the eye in each exhibition. Shows at times can be a bit repetitive, seeing the same artists and also the same artworks over and over again.
So, it was a delight during the VOLTA Art Fair in New York last week to see a variety of galleries and artists that I have not previously seen. There was the familiar who are always great but it’s always wonderful to ‘discover’ new ones. VOLTA brings together dynamic younger and middle-market galleries presenting them to the world’s major cities with the ethos to Discover, Connect and Collect. The New York show brought together 49 national and international galleries over 5 days for attendees to discover fantastic talent, connect with artists and gallery representatives and collect beautiful fine art.

Featured image: Mathias Hornung: Digital Melt, 2020. Wooden relief, birch layerboard, offset ink. Anna Laudel, Istanbul.

Design and Style report image, colorful painting of man seated on chair at VOLTA NY art fair
Tafadzwa Masudi painting at Blond Contemporary, London.
Design and Style report image, abstract painting in multi-colors by Alex Voinea at VOLTA NY art fair
Alex Voinea painting at I Le Gallery, Sitges.
Design and Style report image, portrait of little girl in yellow with red background holding a large knife at VOLTA art fair NY
Salustiano: Alba Red, 2022. Print on aluminum. Kavachnina Contemporary, Miami/Paris.
Design and Style report image, mixed media collage with many objects at VOLTA art fair
Lilian Blades: Bougainvillea, 2022 mixed media assemblage. The Current: Baha Mar Gallery and Art Center, Nassau.
Design and Style Report image, abstract portrait by Yoongchul Kim at VOLTA art fair NY
Yongchul Kim: Jungle mit Kaktus, 2022. Oil on canvas. Galerie Thomas Fuchs, Stuttgart.
Design and Style report image, pencil drawing of underwear and people at VOLTA art fair NY
Azita Moradkhani: The End, 2020. Colored pencil. Roya Khadjavi Projects, New York.
Design and Style report image, mixed media artwork of girl in red shirt and striped skirt at VOLTA art fair NY
Silvana Soriano: Sherene, 2022. Mixed media on stretched canvas. The Contemporary Art Modern Project, Westport/Miami.
Design and Style report image, Preta Wolak mixed media artwork of woman's head using embroidery and leather at VOLTA srt fiar NY
Preta Wolak: People with the yellow ear #20, 2022. Hand embroidery and leather. NL+US Gallery, Rotterdam.
Design and Style report image, colorful abstract foliage painting by Theresa Moller at VOLTA art fair NY
Theresa Möller: Tangle III, 2022. Oil and acrylic on canvas. She Bam! Galerie Laettitia Gorsy, Leipzig/Paris.
Design and Style report image, geometric shapes paper wall relief by Anna Kruhelska at VOLTA art fair NY
Anna Kruhelska: Untitled #134, 2022. Handmade paper wall relief. Muriel Guépin Gallery, New York.
Design and Style report image, spray paint abstract art by Paul Schrader at VOLTA art fair NY
Paul Schrader: New York Series No. 7, 2022. Spray paint on canvas. NN Galerie, Cologne.
Design and Style Report image, yellow tones collage by Bradley Castellanos at VOLTA art fair NY
Bradley Castellanos: Sleep Walker, 2022. Oil, acrylic, resin and photo collage on panel. Foley Gallery, New York.
Design and Style Report image, portrait on man in printed hat and black shirt by Rainer Fetting at VOLTA art fair NY
Rainer Fetting: Desmond mit Hut, 2020. Acrylic on canvas. Galerie Thomas Fuchs, Stuttgart.

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