TOP six artists to see at VOLTA BASEL 2019

So we got to thinking at FAD, who are the best people to ask for the most interesting artists at VOLTA before it’s really open and it kinda made sense to us to ask the people who where responsible for putting it all together so below are the favourite picks of the “VOLTA Crew” probably the nicest art fair team ever 🙂

1 Amanda Coulson, VOLTA Artistic Director and Co-Founder:
Siobhan McDonald and George Bolster (double project with Gibbons & Nicholas, Dublin)
voltashow.com/gibbons-nicholas

2 Ulrich Voges, VOLTA Founding Partner:
Brian Eno (Paul Stolper Gallery, London)
voltashow.com/paul-stolper-gallery

3 Chris De Angelis, VOLTA Managing Director
Pim Palsgraaf (one of the two artists showing with NL=US Art, Rotterdam)
voltashow.com/nlus-art

4 Kerstin Herd, VOLTA Project Manager Marketing
Eske Kath (Charlotte Fogh Gallery, Aarhus)
voltashow.com/charlotte-fogh-gallery

5 David Goodman, VOLTA Producer
Fabian Treiber (Galleri Kant, Copenhagen)
voltashow.com/kant

AESOP for VOLTA BASEL

6 Brian Fee, VOLTA Communications and Gallery Liaison
Mio Yamato (showing with Cohju Contemporary Art, Kyoto – and she created installation for Aesop Spalenberg in Basel, see above)
voltashow.com/cohju-contemporary-art

VOLTA BASEL JUNE 10–15 ELSÄSSERSTRASSE 215, BASEL voltashow.com

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