Alienation / Estrangement – Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art

A very democratic painting self explosion volkan diyaroglu

a very democratic painting 3    247X147 cm     mixed media on canvas   2011   Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art Collection

Alienation / Estrangement 

22 January – 3 May 2013

Elgiz Museum of Contamporary Art, Istanbul, Turkey

Volkan Diyaroglu takes part in “Alienation / Estrangement” exhibition in Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art.

A new selection will be displayed, which concentrates around the theme of “Alienation/Estrangement”. These prominent terms that have gained significance in the sociological, conceptual, psychological, political and philosophical sense, in and after the twentieth century. Curated by Billur Tansel, this theme is explored through suggestions offered by different international artists via video installation, sculpture,  painting and texture.  

 

The artists whose works can be viewed at the exhibition are Anne Wölk, Arslan Sükan, Aslı Torcu, Azade Köker, Bedri Baykam, Bengü Karaduman, Burcu Yağcıoğlu, Burhan Doğançay, Daniele Buetti, Danielle Kwaaital, Donald Baechler, Doug Aitken, Erdoğan Zümrütoğlu, Fausto Gilberti, Günther Förg, Hakan Onur, Hale Tenger, Hande Şekerciler, İhsan Oturmak, Jack Vanarsky, Johannes Wohnseifer, Kezban Arca Batıbeki, Loris Cecchini, Murat Germen, Mustafa Kula, Mustafa Pancar, Özlem Günyol, Paul Hodgson, Pınar Yolaçan, Piero Gilardi, Pieter Ombregt, Robert Gligorov, Roger Weik, Roman Lipski, Şenol Yorozlu, Şükran Moral, Volkan Diyaroğlu, Xavier Veilhan, Yaşam Şaşmazer  and two contributing artists  Orhun Erdenli and Yüce Karacagil.

+information: www.elgizmuseum.org

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