Through moody and evocative black ink drawings, a mural, and installation work, artist Olga Alexopoulou contemplates the question: What does it mean to be brave? Her work scratches below the illusory surface to discover the reveries and revelations beneath. Alexopoulou was born in Athens, Greece and in 2017 she was listed as one of the 50 best women street artists in the world.
Sanctuary January 18, 2018 – February 17, 2018 Space Debris Art, Kemankeş Mah., Hoca Tahsin Sokak No 15/1, Karaköy, Beyoğlu, Istanbul Artist and researcher C. M. Kösemen displays their new work in a solo exhibition.
Hekimbaşı Salih Efendi Yalı perches like a queen’s ruby underneath the Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge, the object of envy for casual boaters who dream of residing in summer mansions. From the back, it hides behind the stone wall that rims the main seaside road past Anadolu Hisarı. With the clouds threatening winter rain and the Bosphorus churning, we descended into the Hekimbaşı for an afternoon concert of classical music.
The Greek Orphanage on Büyükada, formerly Prinkipo, largest of the Princes Islands, is one of 12 heritage sites shortlisted for the ‘7 Most Endangered’ programme for 2018, just announced by Europa Nova, at the start of the new European Year of Cultural Heritage.
A celebration of colour and design in antique rug and textile art. Building on the success of last year’s Fair, LARTA will set up camp again on The Mezzanine of the Evolution Pavilion alongside the Winter Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair. LARTA 2017 proved a vibrant experience for visitors and was busy throughout the week. Without exception the dealers loved their stands, the views over Battersea Park, the space, light and layout.
The new space housing four galleries (with one more across the way) in Karaköy allows the terrific experience of a different artistic thrill on every floor. I was struck by how many of these exhibitions don’t seem to translate to photographs; the textures and intricacies are best experience up close. Pictures fail to illustrate the fascinating textures in the work of Ali İbrahim Öcal. His pieces use a muted chromatic palate, but come alive with tactile details.
The work of Gazi Sansoy draws inspiration from his family’s tradition of satire. While his grandfathers satirized late Ottoman Empire society, Sansoy takes aim at more modern targets with his thought-provoking, witty paintings. This solo exhibition draws from works created between 2008 and 2018, organised under five subtitles. Nude and Covered Up Tales / Arabex consists of mixed-media work, combining photographs with paintings. Who are we? draws inspiration from Ottoman miniatures.
İsmail Tunçbilek January 16, 2018 20.30 Babylon Bomonti, Bomontiada, Birahane Sok 1, Şişli, Istanbul Bağlama virtuoso İsmail Tunçbilek will perform at Babylon on January 16. The concert will drawing from his recently-release solo album and from traditional pieces.
Inhu Lee’s mastery of colour, structure, and technique are impressive, especially considering he is only a teenager. This exhibition features 66 works by the prodigy, drawn from his prolific output and featuring images of people and nature. His expressionistic works are vibrant and imaginative, demonstrating that his artistic talent exceeds his years.
This exhibition brings together a selection of works by three distinct artists sharing common themes of relocation, ironic social references, and personal histories. German artist Ruth Biller’s work is presented with the theme ‘VisaVis’ and poses the question, ‘Why am I here?’ Her pieces engage with the contemporary issue of needing a visa to travel and the dialogue this creates between countries.
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