Léna & Roselli Gallery is happy to participate at VOLTA Basel 2019

Artists represented by Léna & Roselli Gallery: Incze Mózes, Naoki Fuku and Ivan Lardschneider.

About VOLTA Basel 2019 and its history

VOLTA Art Fair fosters galleries in staging ambitious solo and group presentations, refining the experience to its essential elements: the artists and their work. This focus on compelling visual statements by up-and-coming and established artists cultivates a vibrant and approachable environment of discovery for the engaged collector.

VOLTA debuted in Basel in 2005 as an art fair collaboration between dealers and friends. The aim was to secure a platform for international galleries beyond young art fair Liste and market heavyweight Art Basel. VOLTA’s New York fair followed in 2008, offering a solo and boutique alternative to the crowded trade show tradition of Armory Week in March. Concerns and aspirations of the exhibiting galleries have been of the utmost importance since VOLTA’s inception, resulting in eclectic and dynamic solo presentations and multiple artists in curated conversations. In autumn 2019, Ramsay Fairs acquired VOLTA, sparking fresh ideas toward future editions.

I had always admired VOLTA and when I heard it might be for sale, I jumped at the chance. I hope that VOLTA will continue to be: An art community which people admire for its passionate people (gallerists, artists, and our VOLTA team), creative content (the art, special projects, relevance) and vibrant and nurturing ethos (professionalism, creativity, fun, caring). A stepping stone for some, and place of discovery for all, be they artists, gallerists or collectors. A relevant and valid platform in its own right, as well as one of the most established and respected satellite fairs.” – Will Ramsay, Founder of Ramsay Fairs


See more pictures of the event: https://lenaroselligallery.com/project/volta-basel-2019/

Learn more: https://www.voltaartfairs.com/