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Kaza ve Kader Serisi
Photograph, 50 x 50 cm, 2006

  • Kaza ve Kader Serisi
  • Kaza ve Kader Serisi
  • Tanıdık Yabancılar
  • The Fountain
  • Nothing Surprising (AT-83)
  • Strange Creature
  • Bashfullness
  • Story of a Single Day
  • Accident and Fate Serisi
  • Waqwaq Tree
  • Vakvak Tree II
  • Vakvak Tree I
  • Nothing Surprising Series (AT-97)
  • Kaza ve Kader Serisi
  • Kaza ve Kader Serisi
  • Accident and Fate Series
  • Kaza ve Kader Serisi
  • Exemplary
  • Mirage
  • Change
  • H1N1

SCOPE New York Art Show 2010

Ansen, Ali Taptık, Canan

03 March - 07 March 2010

The flagship fair of the SCOPE Fairs, SCOPE New York will be hosting over 60.000 visitors in Manhattan's most famous cultural icon Lincoln Center between 3-7 March 2010. The contemporary Turkish artists that x-ist will present in one of the world's most important art centers, New York, are Ansen, Canan Şenol and Ali Taptık.

 

The flagship fair of the SCOPE Fairs, SCOPE New York will be hosting over 60.000 visitors in Manhattan's most famous cultural icon Lincoln Center between 3-7 March 2010. The participators include galleries from over 20 different countries  including China, Mexico, Japan, Korea, Brazil, Italy, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, Germany, UK, Spain, and Canada. The exhibition hall is just a few blocks away from the Armory Show. Every year, SCOPE fairs take place in Miami, Basel, New York, London and Hamptons. 

 

The contemporary Turkish artists that x-ist will present in one of the world's most important art centers, New York, are Ansen, Canan Şenol and Ali Taptık. These are artists who have been closely followed by art institutions in New York even before the SCOPE Fair.

 

The two new works of Ansen, whose "New Media Paintings"  make striking, ironic and provocative statements about America's place in the world's economy and politics are expected to draw much attention. With the seventh work of his "From Behind" series, Change (2010), Ansen will definetely win him more admirers  in New York. The work "Change" makes an allusion to the change project aiming for world peace which was the core of Obama's campaign during the American elections. Ansen's other work "Mirage" (2010) is a commentary on America's presence in the Middle East.

 

Canan Şenol, whose reputation keeps growing in international art platforms and is in the collections of the world's most well-known museums and art institutions participates in the fair with her oriental miniatures and the video-legend titled "The Waqwaq Tree". The Waqwaq Tree is her second video-legend after the higly accalimed work "İbretnüma" (Exemplary) which was shown in the 11th International Istanbul Biennial in 2009. The artist, known for her works on biopolitical concepts is inspired by Islamic mythology in these works as well. In addition, a special collection of her video works dated back to 1998 can be seen at the booth. 

 

The young artist well-known in Europe with his exhibits, Ali Taptık, will be showing photographs from his series "Nothing Surprising" which were first exhibited in x-ist in December, 2009. Taptık is the first Turkish artist who has had a book published by Filigranes, the universally well-known french publishing house specialized in art books.

 

SCOPE Markt, an exhibition on fashion, SCOPE Film Program, SCOPE Foundation's Personal Development Auction, and partner projects with artists groups such as the Wooster Collective are among the activities that will arouse even more interest in Scope New York 2010.



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