Volte Gallery

Volte Gallery is one of India’s leading contemporary art initiatives. Founded in Mumbai in 2008, Volte represents established south asian and international artists, embracing media beyond painting to include video, performance and installation. Since its inception the gallery has mounted some of the most important shows to emerge from the Indian art scene.

Volte Art Projects embodies this commitment, focusing on artist centric projects to create a cultural experience that challenges the boundaries of art in India and expand the horizons of the Indian audience.

The artists Volte represents, epitomise the face of contemporary art and include Ranbir Kaleka, Sheba Chhachhi, Nalini Malani, William Kentridge, James Turrell, and Wim Delvoye. Some of Volte’s critically acclaimed shows include ‘Sweet Unease’ Ranbir Kaleka, Mumbai, December 2010; ‘Beyond the Mandala’ an exhibition of Tibetan Art, Mumbai, March 2011; ‘Your Name is Different There’ curated by Nancy Adajania, Mumbai, December 2011; ‘Poems I Used to Know’ William Kentridge, Mumbai, February 2013; and ‘Agua de Luz’ Sheba Chhachhi, Mumbai, December 2016.

Volte has been featured in the New York Times, Art Forum, Frieze Magazine, Time Magazine, and was featured as among the best galleries in Mumbai by CNN.

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