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Maus Contemporary (Birmingham), with works by Akiko Mashima and Yoshishige Furukawa; and Art Front Gallery (Tokyo), with works by Tadashi Kawamata, Takako Azami, and Kouseki Ono
Martin Asbæk Gallery (Copenhagen), presenting Paul McDevitt and Des Hughes; center: Richard Koh Fine Art (Kuala Lumpur), presenting Yeoh Choo Kuan, Hasanul Isyraf Idris, and Anne Samat; and Robert Henry Contemporary (Brooklyn), presenting Pancho Westendarp; and YOD Gallery (Osaka), featuring Masakazu Fujiwara
Drone flight: VOLTA13 at Markthalle from above
Drone flight: VOLTA13 at Markthalle from above

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Zavier Ellis (center, owner of Charlie Smith London) confers with a collector as gallery manager Rosanna Dean follows up with correspondence. A new Tom Butler painting, part of the gallery’s ‘Interiority’ curated booth, looks on
Orit Ephrat-Moscovitz (near right, director of Litvak Contemporary, Tel Aviv) engages collectors around works by Elad Kopler and Amir Tomashov
Mauro Piredda (second from left) and Silvia Borella (seated, co-owners of PRIVATEVIEW, Torino) discusses their solo project of Ted Larsen with collectors
foreground: Robert Walden and Henry Chung, co-owners of Robert Henry Contemporary (Brooklyn) present Pancho Westendarp’s solo project to collectors; background: Richard Koh and Jessica Ho (both of Richard Koh Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur) discuss works by Anne Samat and Yeoh Choo Kuan with a client
Moiz Zilberman (right, owner of Zilberman Gallery, Istanbul/Berlin) in discussion with collector Alain Servais about photography’s expressive potential and artists Alpin Arda Bagçik, Zeynep Kayan, and Ahmet Ehlan, as gallerists Naz Cuguoğlu and Bernak Kharabi assist collector Eva Fernandez Ruiz
Hisa Abe (left, of Tyler Rollins Fine Art, New York) presents works by Sopheap Pich to collectors, based on a body of work developed by the Cambodian artist for his concurrent participation in the 57th Venice Biennale
Francesco Giaveri (near right, of ADN Galería, Barcelona) discusses works by Carlos Aires and Kendell Geers with a collector
Dr. Tilman Treusch (center, director of Galerie Kornfeld, Berlin) discusses Hubertus Hamm’s latest experimental photography series with collectors
Cristina Stoenescu and Anca Poterasu (both of Poterasu’s eponymous Bucharest gallery) engage a collector with works by Iulian Bisericaru
Karla Osorio (center, owner of Gabinete de Arte k2o, Brasília) discusses Galeno’s colorful oil on wood compositions with collectors
VOLTA’s Brian Fee leads a VIP tour around Venice Biennale artists, discussing Karine Rougier’s large scale work on paper in addition to her co-representing Malta at the Biennale. Galerie Dukan owner Sam Dukan (center) looks on. Other works on view by Folkert De Jong, Yigal Ozeri, Josef Ofer, and Jakub Matuska
Ulrich Voges (center, co-founder of the VOLTA fairs) discusses Assunta Abdel Azim Mohamed’s works with a group of emerging collectors from Roche. Mohamed’s latest body of work is presented by HilgerBROTKunsthalle (Vienna)
Miguel Guerrero, director of Galería Enrique Guerrero (Mexico City) discusses Richard Stipl’s latest large-scale wood sculpture with a collector. A collaborative ink on handmade paper composition by Stipl and Josef Zlamal, as well as paintings by Pedro Vaz
The Flat – Massimo Carasi (Milan) presenting (visible, from left) Paolo Cavinato and Sauro Cardinali
Jessica Chien (left, of Nunu Fine Art, Taipei) engages guests with Morgan O’Hara’s performative drawings series
A VOLTA VIP photographs a new handmade tapestry by Faig Ahmed (co-presented by Montoro 12 Contemporary, Milan, and Sapar Contemporary, New York)
Adela Demetja (center, independent curator and assistant director at Galerie Heike Strelow, Frankfurt am Main) presents painted works on paper by Starsky Brines to collectors. Reflected in the central Winter/Hörbelt Pixelbild sculpture are further Brines paintings


Agostino Bergamaschi
L’intervallo tra due galassie
2016, Glass, 180 x 140 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Galleria Massimodeluca.
Presented by massimodeluca, Venice
Folkert de Jong
From Stately Throne
2014, Patinated bronze, 210 x 90 x 85 cm. Edition of 3.
Presented by Galerie Dukan, Paris/Leipzig
Sofie Muller
2016, Alabaster, ca. 26 x 17 x 18 cm.
Presented by Martin Kudlek, Cologne
Olivia Mihălțianu
Trousse Beauté
2009/2017, Lightbox (cardboard, compact light tube, digital print), 34 x 29 cm., Edition 1 of 4 + 1AP.
Presented by Anca Poterasu Gallery, Bucharest
Carla Cabanas
Palavra Arquivada (Archived Word series)
2014-2017, laser cutting on inkjet print, variable dimensions.
Presented by Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon
Mounir Fatmi
Evolution or Death (Phoebe)
2015, C-print, 136 x 205 cm, Ed. 5. Copyright the artist and CONRADS Düsseldorf.
Presented by CONRADS, Düsseldorf
Assunta Abdel Azim Mohamed
They never taught me any of those things in school
2016, Ballpoint pen on paper, 100 x 100 cm.
Presented by HilgerBROTKunsthalle, Vienna
Tomoyasu Murata
A Branch of Pine Tied up
2017, HD Video / Stereo sound, 16 min. (edition of 10)
Presented by Gallery MoMo, Tokyo
Paul Anthony Smith
Blurr 7
2017, Unique picotage on Inkjet print, spray paint, 19 3/8 x 29 3/8 in.
Presented by ZieherSmith, New York
Anne Wenzel
Chasing Silence (Blue Raven)
2017, Ceramic, 63 x 91 x 82 cm.
Presented by Akinci, Amsterdam
Peng Wei
Beethoven’s Dedication to the External Lover
2014, Ink on rice paper, 70.7 x 37.2 cm.
Presented by Galerie Ora-Ora, Hong Kong