An exhibition focusing on current circulation networks producing one another with relation of contemporary art. It puts out the work of 8 contemporary artists views synchronized by circulation of 3 different representative ways: in the exhibition space, in a Magazine, in the Web.
Komet, Kezban Arca Batıbeki, Arslan Sükan, Kerem Ozan Bayraktar, Hande Şekerciler, Tayfun Serttaş, Aslı Özdemir, Sılacan Köseler
Curator: Efe Korkut Kurt
Warhola, an exhibition focusing on current circulation networks producing one another with relation of contemporary art, can be visited at November in ALAN İstanbul…
Nowadays, the consumption of art on the social platform is materialized depending majorly on media and Internet relationship. Therefore, the art object is being locked up in between. In other words, the genuine art object is being replaced by visual images. Argument puts out that, depending on range of the object and the image circulating the medium a significant deformation occurs between image and the object.
WARHOLA puts out the work of eight contemporary artists views synchronized by circulation of three different representative ways. In extent of exhibition, each artist will display his or her work as one genuine piece in ALAN Istanbul gallery. At the same time they will position their work in contemporary art magazine WARHOLA. Also it will be projected genuine and simulation work on the web site. In other words, different psychics-real space – magazine and web – presence works, aims to highlight the differences in perception of the viewer.
In the exhibition, there will be artists from different generations who are the most prominent in the recent period of time. Such as Komet, Kezban Arca Batıbeki, Arslan Sükan, Kerem Ozan Bayraktar, Hande Şekerciler, Tayfun Serttaş, Aslı Özdemir and Sılacan Köseler. Each artist will perform their work especially for the exhibition and they will discuss the dimensions of connotation with their own language in magazine interviews that will take place.
Venue: ALAN İstanbul – WARHOLA Magazine – WARHOLA Web
ALAN İstanbul Gallery.
Asmalı Mescid Cad. No:5/2 Tünel-Beyoğlu / İstanbul
open to visitors between 13.00 – 19.00 except Sundays and Mondays.