• Greg Haberny at VOLTA11

    Greg Haberny represented by Ethan Cohen New York  envelopes visitors within a Pop-skewering and — in the artist’s own words — “completely loose and out of control” — installation at VOLTA11.  His filmmaking background and grasp of cultural iconography inspires his dynamic treatises on “our contemporary wasteland.”  Haberny was subject of the solo exhibition Hyper! at […]

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  • Phillip K. Smith III at VOLTA11

    Spatial perception and the emotive power of light are harnessed within the ephemeral installations and geometric sculptures of Phillip K. Smith III.  The LA-based artist represented by royale projects: contemporary art has an enviable retinue of installations already, from his ethereal Lucid Stead in Joshua Tree to Reflection Field, commissioned for the 2014 Coachella Music & Arts Festival. He brings both […]

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  • Gail Stoicheff at VOLTA11

    Gail Stoicheff contributes a major discourse on image-making and its relation to the creator’s unique environment, in her presentation with Catinca Tabacaru Gallery.  Her sumptuous process-driven paintings marry intentional gestural interventions with manipulations of the canvases themselves   She received the prestigious Daedalus Foundation Master of Fine Arts Fellowship in Painting and The Elaine DeKooning Painting.  

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  • Liz Jaff at VOLTA11

    Liz Jaff represented by Robert Henry Contemporary instills the sculptural power of paper into her large-scale folded-paper installations.  Her hand-cut and folded paper works culminate in the majestic booth-wide installation Plugs and Fuses.  Jaff was featured in Behind the White Walls, a group exhibition of Guggenheim, MoMA, and Whitney Museum art handlers, at BFP Creative (Brooklyn) through […]

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  • Batia Shani at VOLTA11

    Batia Shani represented by Tamar Dresden Art Projects creates the site-specific installation Tissue.  The Hebrew word “rikma’”references this and translates to “needlework”, which the artist has been doing since she was a child.  The installation reflects the ongoing political instability in the Middle East.  By combining gendered outfits — male army uniform scraps stitched into handmade […]

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