Tem Art Gallery, which celebrates its 29th anniversary this year, continues its exclusive displays with a group exhibition entitled "Contemporary Masters." The exhibition will remain on the walls of the two-story building of the gallery in Nişantaşı until Sept. 22. Featuring paintings, sculptures and photographs of various veteran as well as young artists, "Contemporary Masters" stands out with its editing. The "Contemporary Masters" exhibition is composed of more than 160 artworks from 19 prominent Turkish and international artists who produced works in different branches of fine arts.
Although summer is considered as a dead season for art galleries, Tem Art Gallery challenges this mentality and continues to exhibit one of the finest events of the year. The group exhibition includes the mixed works of Turkish, Russian and Greek artists, including: Adnan Varınca, Gökşin Sipahioğlu, Ömer Kaleşi, Alecos Fassianos, Nevin İşlek, Güngör İblikçi, Yuri Kuper, Hale Sontaş, Mehmet Güler, Zeki Fındıkoğlu, Hüseyin Ertunç, Abdülkadir Öztürk, Angelos Panayiotidis, Fuat Acaroğlu, Gülden Artun, Nur Özalp, Talat Enlil, Devabil Kara and Özlem Özkan.
Generally, it is difficult to see the work of all these artists at once, as artists tend to hold an exhibition every other year. Through this exhibition, Tem Art Gallery presents a selection composed of oil paintings, sculptures, water-colors and motifs made using different techniques. Thus, the "Contemporary Masters" exhibition provides an inside look at contemporary painting and sculpture for all art lovers, both Turkish and international. Those who are not able to see the exhibition at the gallery can visit www.temartgallery.com in order to take a look at "Contemporary Masters" and the artists as well as past exhibitions that the gallery held.