Mehmet Ali Uysal I osman dincgozlekesi I group show I Ankara, Turkeymore information
With this stain that settled on his eye willingly or unknowingly, he has evolved into a flawed structure that he could never fully realize or see the truth, no matter how hard he tried. Metaphorically, with the concept of "EYE STAIN", in order to get rid of this flawed point of view of the masses, the structure of art that reveals the invisible and ambiguous ambiguities, makes them question, deciphers the back side of the visible, and strengthens all the perceptions of the individual by developing it from other aspects is emphasized. Considering that many of them are not even aware of this defect placed in their eyes, “it is to make individuals notice these flawed gazes and seek ways to see reality.
Fatma Bucakbook launch I While the Dust Quickly Falls
Pi Artworks, London 27 April Thursday
Talk Fatma Bucak with Sophie Williamson
The book focuses on how political violence accelerates environmental destruction and climate change. It moves across disparate geographies in Mediterranean cities connected by the catastrophic impact that conflict and war have had on their ecologies.
Fatma Bucak’s new book/exhibition catalog supported by SAHA
Gülay Semercioglu I lacmaGroup show I Women Defining Women In Contemporary Art of the Middle East and Beyondlacma
This exhibition presents 75 works by women artists who were born or live in what can broadly be termed Islamic societies. Largely perceived as voiceless and invisible, they are neither. Each through her unique vision is fashioning not only her own definition of self but also helping to redefine and empower women everywhere and to challenge still-persistent stereotypes. Their art depicts a breadth of inventively and often ideologically conceived women’s imagery, bearing witness to rapidly shifting political developments and often accelerated social transformations taking place in lands extending from Africa to Western and Central Asia, as well as in diasporic communities. Their powerful narratives are embedded in their art, expressing both personal and universal concerns. Across generations and working in different media, the artists share a common sense of identity not exclusively “Middle Eastern” but certainly female, which is evident in their work
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