Five New Exhibitions in Arter MuseumArter is open for visitors every day except Monday from 11:00 until 17:00, with 5 new exhibitions.
Translation by Janet MITRANI
In the museum where entry is free of charge on Thursdays, besides the new exhibitions titled 'For Eyes That Listen', 'Rainforest V (variation 3), 'On Celestial Bodies', 'KP Brehmer: The Big Picture', and 'Repetition', you can also visit the ongoing 'Bergama Stereotip' exhibition by Cevdet Erek and Altan Gürman's retrospective exhibition.
In the exhibition Rainforest V (variation 3) designed by David Tudor and curated by Melih Fereli, various daily objects used in installation, address both ayes and ears, creating an evolving sound environment, which reminds us the natural sounds of the rainforests.
The group exhibition On Celestial Bodies, which 28 artists have contributed to, brought together from the Arter collection and curated by Kevser Güler, is focusing on questions around the possibility of reconceiving and reconstructing a vital terrain for living together in our present day.
German artist KP Brehmer's broad retrospective has a special place in the Arter Museum. Exhibition KP Brehmer: The Big Picture curated by Selen Ansen, brings together a wide selection of works from the production of KP Brehmer of more than 30 years.
Alev Ebuzziya Siesbye's solo exhibition Repetition brings together the stoneware bowls the artist produced recently especially for this exhibition. Curated by Eda Berkmen, the works of the ceramics artist Siesbye starting off with the concept of repetition, focusing on just one material, method, and structure, draw attention to a set of values often overlooked in contemporary art practices.
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