Having left 32 years behind, Tem Art Gallery is continuing its events with a group exhibition of paintings, statue and photographs belonging to great masters and young masters. The exhibition, which started on Sept. 6 and continues until the end of October, presents a collection of paintings, statues, photographs and patterns that belong to important representatives of today's art world from Turkey and Europe along with distinguished Turkish and foreign artists' original prints produced by various techniques. The Tem Art Gallery's important exhibition reveals the bond between works and the bond between generations.
Works by Hakkı Anlı, Adnan Varınca, Gökşin Sipahioğlu, Ömer Kaleşi, Alecos Fassianos, Nevin İşlek, Güngör İblikçi, Yuri Kuper (Russia), Hale Sontaş, Mehmet Güler, Zeki Fındıkoğlu, Hüseyin Ertunç, Abdulkadir Öztürk, Angelos Panayiotidis, Gülden Artun, Nur Özalp, Talat Enlil, Devabil Kara and Özlem Özkan are in the exhibition.
Artists generally present their works once a year. This is why it is hard to see them all together, as in this exhibition, consisting of 20 renowned Turkish and foreign master artists who work in different lines and some of whom aren't alive today. The exhibition also gives a general idea about contemporary plastic arts. Thus, the exhibition provides the chance to introduce contemporary painting and statute art not only to art lovers in Istanbul but also to all fractions related to art along with foreign guests.
To find information about the exhibition, gallery artists and previous exhibition archives visit the gallery's website.
When: Until Oct. 31
Where: TEM Art Gallery