Istanbul Modern, Turkey’s first museum of recent and modern artwork, has opened its remaining collection exhibition at its non permanent area in Beyoğlu district. The museum, one of the crucial essential hubs for modern galleries in the town, will transfer as soon as the development of the everlasting presentation is accomplished in Galataport in the town’s Karaköy district.
Since its founding in 2004, Istanbul Modern has organized collection exhibitions that present the evolution and transformation of recent and modern artwork in Turkey in addition to the worldwide orientation of the museum’s acquisitions. The latest collection exhibition presents the event of summary and figurative work in Turkey through the put up 1950 interval and modern artworks that take care of nature and the atmosphere. It brings collectively 40 artworks by 30 artists and two artist duos and contains works that will probably be offered to the general public for the primary time. The present focuses on current works by artists who’re involved about ecological points and take care of nature in their work, sculptures, movies, installations and pictures.
For instance, the second ground of the museum showcases a wide range of modern artwork coping with nature and the atmosphere. Bringing collectively artists from completely different generations, the choice attracts consideration to the destruction of nature, the depletion of pure assets and the inevitable rise of ecological issues.
The third ground of the museum presents a chronological choice of iconic summary and figurative work to indicate the event of those actions in Turkey after 1950. The first part illustrates the visible and mental affect of Anatolian and Islamic tradition on summary portray grounded in a geometrical and lyrical strategy. The second part focuses on the trajectory from social realism in figurative portray to the New Figurative approaches of the 1970s and the expressionist and conceptual artwork of the 1980s.
Among the contributors artists of the exhibit are Kuzgun Acar, Haluk Akakçe, Erol Akyavaş, Tomur Atagök, Alper Aydın, Barbara and Zafer Baran, Bedri Baykam, Cihat Burak, Ergin Çavuşoğlu, Nejad Melih Devrim, Latifa Echakhch, Neş’e Erdok, Abidin Elderoğlu, Ahmet Elhan, Tayfun Erdoğmuş, Bedri Rahmi Eyüboğlu, Eren Eyüboğlu, Kamil Fırat, Mehmet Güleryüz, Neşet Günal, Balkan Naci Islimyeli, Ihsan Cemal Karaburçak, Komet, :mentalKLINIK, Nusret Nurdan, Orhan Peker, Jennifer Steinkamp, Ziya Tacir, Canan Tolon, F. Tülin, Ömer Uluç and Fahrelnissa Zeid.