Exhibition scrutinizes re-creation process of nature in art

Published 18.06.2015 00:00
Updated 18.06.2015 22:30

With the exhibition titled "Respect" curated by Oğuz Erten, the Bozlu Art Project invites art lovers to critique the art we are used to seeing on the walls of museums and the artists that have created them by examining the nature of paying respect to the versatile structure of art with a standalone discourse independent from market conditions as well as one that modifies and converts viewers and raises awareness. The group exhibition takes viewers on a long journey through Turkey's political, social, cultural and artistic transformations by offering them the work of 18 artists who have significantly impacted Turkish art history, including Halil Akdeniz, Özdemir Altan, Mustafa Ata, Tomur Atagök, Bedri Baykam, Bubi, Adnan Çoker, Ali Teoman "Aloş" Germaner, Mehmet Güleryüz, Mehmet Gün, Ergin İnan, Balkan Naci İslimyeli, Nur Koçak, Komet, Zekai Ormancı, Abdurrahman Öztoprak, Güngör Taner and Utku Varlık.

When: Until Aug. 23

Where: Bozlu Art Projects, Nişantaşı

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