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VOLTA at Markthalle
VIP guests on opening day reflected within Julie Monaco's large-scale photographic work CS_02/2 (C3) (exhibiting with HilgerBROTKunsthalle, Vienna/Jersey City).
The VOLTA11 preview crowd immerses within Kristof Kintera's kinetic sculptures and solo project Fatality in Banality (exhibited with Galerie Ron Mandos, Amsterdam).
Michiko Kiyosawa (right, of ARTCOURT Gallery, Osaka) and a visitor discuss mixed-media works by Taiyo Kimura.
Raphael Guilbert (right, of Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, New York) presents "representational portrait" paintings by Justin Orvis Steimer to a collector. Steimer is also featured in "Personal Structures: Crossing Borders", a collateral event at Palazzo Mora during this year's Venice Biennale.
Lea Zeitman (center, Basel stylist and owner of and Jecza Gallery (Timisoara) director Andrei Jecza and assistant Michelle Da Silva Lopes converse around geometric abstract paintings by Genti Korini during Basel Nacht at VOLTA11.
VOLTA's Brian Fee (right) leads a VIP tour around VOLTA11.
Jeannette Ehlers (exhibiting with LARMgalleri, Copenhagen) unleashes a charcoal-dipped bullwhip across a white painted canvas in her grueling performance Whip It Good!, held during opening day at VOLTA11.
Johanna Capillure (center, of Rosa Santo GalerĂ­a, Valencia) engages collectors around Andrea Canepa's new series Architectures of the future.
Hisa Abe (left, of Tyler Rollins Fine Art, New York) presents works by Heri Dono to collectors, an extension of the artist's solo participation at the Indonesian Pavilion at this year's Venice Biennale.
Josephine Fity (standing left, director of V1 Gallery, Copenhagen) presents works by Rose Eken, John Copeland, and Geoff McFetridge to collectors as gallery owner Jesper Elg (seated) checks a correspondence
Anne de Villepoix (center, of her eponymous Paris gallery) presents works by Omar Ba and Eberhard Grames to collectors.