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All photos by David Willems with courtesy of VOLTA. For further information please contact us at press@remove.me @voltashow.com.

Your Body Is a Battleground curator Wendy Vogel, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, and VOLTA Artistic Director and co-founder Amanda Coulson pose in front of match-burn compositions by Melissa Vandenberg (presented by beta pictoris gallery / Maus Contemporary, Birmingham)
Irina Protopopescu (director of Slag Gallery, Brooklyn) and collectors converse in front of a painting by Tirtzah Bassel
Kimberlyn McKoy of ARTLabAfrica (Nairobi) presents works by Beatrice Wanjiku to guests Rachel Johnson and Dustin Incle 
Szilard Gaspar performs Full Contact Matter for the preview crowd (exhibited by Zorzini Gallery, Bucharest)
Asha Bukojemsky of Samuel Freeman (Los Angeles) and Knight Landesman (Artforum publisher) discuss Danny Jauregui’s body of work
Your Body Is a Battleground exhibiting artist Zachary Fabri (center, presented by ROCKELMANN &, Berlin and Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art, Newark) in conversation with studio manager Bella Hall, while Aljira’s Lumane Luma (foreground left) assists a guest
The artist Scarlett Rouge (left, presented by Galerie Youn, Montréal) discusses her works with guests
Maria Luiza Serafim (seated, of Gabinete de Arte k2o,Brasilía) corresponds with recent contacts as guests interact with artist GALENO’s contemporary neo-Constructivist works
Alex Starr and Alyss Vavicka (of GE Galería, San Pedro Garza Garcia) with optical works by Generoso Villarreal. The artist himself, discussing his works, is just out of frame
The artist Batia Shani (center left foreground) and dealer Tamar Dresdner (center left background, of her namesake Tel Aviv gallery) receive guests
Michael Janssen (center, owner of his namesake Berlin gallery) and friends, in front of his presentation of Ouattara Watts
An embrace in front of Tamara Kvesitadze’s Man and Woman kinetic sculpture, presented by Galerie Kornfeld (Berlin)


VOLTA NY at Pier 90 in New York City Image courtesy David Willems Photography
Ernest Jolicoeur
2016, Acrylic on canvas over wood panel, 35 x 47 in. Presented by De Chiara Projects, Kingston/Berlin
Ian Burns
2014, Typewriters, chairs, table, paper, motors, timing system, 32 x 73 x 27 in. Presented by HilgerBROTKunsthalle, Vienna
Lester Rodríguez
2016, Offset printing on paper boats, variable dimensions. Presented by RoFa Projects, Potomac
Naomi Okubo
2016, Acrylic on cotton cloth, 130.3 x 97 cm / 51.3 x 38.2 in. Presented by GALLERY MoMo, Tokyo
Rachel Rampleman
Bodybuilder Study (IFBB, #27)
2015, Archival inkjet print, 40 x 60 in. Presented by X Contemporary, New York
Robin Footitt
2016, Silkscreen print on paper, 70 x 100 cm (unframed), signed and numbered, edition of 8. Presented by New Art Projects, London
Faig Ahmed
2016, Handmade woolen carpet, 80 x 75 in. (203.2 x 190.5 cm.) Edition 1/3 Presented by Sapar Contemporary, New York
Mohau Modisakeng
Lefa 2 III
2016, Inkjet print on Epson Hot Press Natural, 200 x 150 cm. Edition of 6 + 2APS. Image courtesy of Mohau Modisakeng and WHATIFTHEWORLD, Presented by WHATIFTHEWORLD, Cape Town
2016, Mixed media and digital print on canvas, 72 x 60 in. Photo documentation by James G. Fischetti, image courtesy of Michael Janssen, Berlin
Carlos Jiménez Cahua
Untitled #80 (M[A]VDTTH; 90-degree rotations of selections of pixels starting from center pixel [thereupon"expanded" iteratively] outwards, clockwise), 2013, TIFF file, dimensions variable.
Presented by Samsøñ, Boston
Beatrice Wanjiku
Untitled II
2017, Acrylic and mixed media on canvas, 150 x 100 cm. Presented by ARTLabAfrica, Nairobi
Haffendi Anuar
Black Telescope
2017, Oil and enamel on board, 91 x 60 x 2.5 cm. Presented by Richard Koh Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur
Polly Gould
Mount Erebus and Northern Islets
2013, Silvered hand-blown glass, D.15 cm & watercolor on etched glass, 40 x 40 cm. Presented by Danielle Arnaud London, London
Sofie Bird Møller
Interferenze 4
2016, Acrylic on magazine cut-out mounted on wood, 53 x 39 cm. Presented by Martin Asbæk Gallery, Copenhagen