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Kuşatma

Artifact of the Week

Kuşatma

“Siege” by Erol Akyavas is one of the most influential works of Turkish Contemporary Art. Its effect and fame have expanded beyond the borders of its country of origin. The work has previously been displayed in Turkey, Germany, London and Denmark. Currently it belongs to the Berrak-Nazih Barut Collection. Bringing together various symbols in one composition, it presents a unique historical perspective. Its role and importance in Turkish art has recently been highlighted as the work is included in Hürriyet’s recently published ‘The Most Important Artworks of Our Visual Memory’ list, ranking 10 with 71 points.

Gezdim Gördüm Yazdım

News of the Week

Gezdim Gördüm Yazdım

Recently published book ‘’Gezdim, Gördüm, Yazdım’’ brings together articles and interviews of the art collector and writer, Banu Çarmıklı. As a columnist, Çarmıklı gives direction to the art and culture sector with her weekly and monthly articles that are published in Vatan Newspaper and Milliyet Sanat. Her book focuses on the exhibitions and artist studios that she visited in different countries, and hence sheds light on the current trends within the local and international contemporary art world. Published by Doğan Publishing in January, this book is a must-have guide for art lovers.

Fahrelnissa Zeid

Artist of the Week

Fahrelnissa Zeid

“Siege” by Erol Akyavas is one of the most influential works of Turkish Contemporary Art. Its effect and fame have expanded beyond the borders of its country of origin. The work has previously been displayed in Turkey, Germany, London and Denmark. Currently it belongs to the Berrak-Nazih Barut Collection. Bringing together various symbols in one composition, it presents a unique historical perspective. Its role and importance in Turkish art has recently been highlighted as the work is included in Hürriyet’s recently published ‘The Most Important Artworks of Our Visual Memory’ list, ranking 10 with 71 points.