CONTEMPORARY ISTANBUL 2016
Wednesday I November 2 I 7 – 9 pm
November 3 to 6, 2016
3 November 2016, Thursday | 11 – 20
4 November 2016, Friday | 11 – 21
5 November 2016, Saturday | 11- 20
6 November 2016, Sunday | 11 – 19
Mete Cad. Yeni Apt. No:10/11
34437 Taksim, İstanbul, Turkey
Mark Hachem Gallery
Wood, polyurethane, gouache paint
160 -220 cm
Mark Hachem Gallery is pleased to announce its participation in CONTEMPORARY iSTANBUL 2016. We will be exhibiting the works of artists including Alfred Basbous, Stefano Bombardieri, Arnaud, Arman, Wolfgang Stiller, Isabell Beyel, Martin C. Herbst, Yves Hayat, Mauro Corda and Marc Gaillet.
The 11th edition of the fair includes artworks from both established and emerging galleries, bringing a regional and international focus to the dynamic contemporary art scene that has developed in Istanbul in recent decades. Notable for its unique position both geographically and culturally, CI prides itself on bringing together galleries, artists and collectors from Turkey, the Caucasus, the Black Sea, Russia and the Middle East, as well as from Europe, America and Asia. Contemporary Istanbul is supported by main sponsor Akbank for the 10th consecutive year, continuing a shared vision for supporting the arts and delivering artistic excellence and diversity, as international and regional interest in the art fair continues to grow.
3rd Istanbul Design Biennial 2016, Turkey
DESIGN OF THE SEABED
Performative conference organised by TBA21-Academy
“Are We Human”
5 November, 2-8 pm | 6 November, 1-7 pm
Curated by Beatriz Colomina and Mark Wigley
The performative conference invites experts from the fields of science, law, policy making and art to convene over two days and publicly collaborate and share their respective expertise on some of the most urgent issues at stake in the oceans. TBA21-Academy was present during the 5th Deep Sea Mining Summit and recently gained UN Observer Status at the International Seabed Authority Assembly, as first arts organisation to become an observer at this United Nations body. TBA21-Academy’s contribution to the Istanbul Design Biennial relates to this year’s theme investigating human design of the planet, and forges an interdisciplinary performative symposium discussing the topics design, mapping, visualising the invisible, aesthetics of exploration and exploitation, law, ethics, mythologies, speculation, remote sensing and complex systems.
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