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June 9, 2022

VOLTA New York Recap

VOLTA New York returned to NYC from May 18th through 22nd featuring galleries from around the world.  The fair took over the former Dia Building and Hauser & Wirth gallery space on West 22nd Street with the mantra Discover – Connect – Collect.  This focused approach resulted in compelling visual statements by up-and-coming and established artists, creating a vibrant and approachable environment of discovery for the engaged collector.

Our booth featured a solo presentation of new work by Vietnam-based artist Kumkum Fernando.  Following the success of his online exhibition Temples, Gods and Robots, fair goers had the opportunity to finally see his sculptures in person.

In addition to sculptures, our booth featured six limited edition prints on wood and the first 50 visitors received a giveaway of a limited-run posters.

Click here to view all the pieces exhibited at VOLTA New York.  Continue reading to view installation images of our booth and feel free to email us regarding availability of work by Kumkum Fernando.  There are still beautiful pieces still available!



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