Bringing art lovers and collectors along with the works of native and overseas artists, the fourth Artweeks@Akaretler begins on Oct. 28.
Artweeks@Akaretler, a program consisting of exhibitions, interviews with artists and workshops, will host artworks on the Akaretler Sıraevler in Istanbul’s Beşiktaş district till Nov. 8, 2020.
Organized by Bilgili Holding and Sabiha Kurtulmuş, this system will host famend galleries Anna Laudel, The Empire Project, Ferda Art Platform, Gama, Martch Art Project, Merkur, Mine Sanat, Pi Artworks, Pilevneli and x-ist, that includes artworks from numerous disciplines.
The Ara Güler Museum will be a part of Artweeks@Akaretler with a particular choice at constructing No. 35. Another choice from the Volkan Demirel-Baha Toygar assortment, curated by Ekrem Yalçındağ, will likely be exhibited at constructing No. 37-39 and a solo exhibition by Şerife Ercantürk Bilgili will likely be showcased at constructing No. 55.
After a protracted break due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Artweeks@Akaretler will supply artists and galleries a possibility to meet with art lovers as soon as once more. The program will take all precautionary measures towards the Corona Virus and supply free admission at constructing No. 25-27, 35, 37-39 and 55.
About Akaretler Sıraevler
Built in 1875 by Sarkis Balyan, on Ottoman Sultan Abdülaziz’s instruction, Akaretler Sıraevler was utilized by officers of the Dolmabahçe Palace at the moment. The homes, constructed on an space of 60,000 sq. meters, have been restored by Bilgili Holding and options places of work, luxurious residences, outlets, cafes and eating places. Akaretler Sıraevler undertaking has been awarded by the London-based Urban Land Institute (ULI).