Posts Tagged ‘Turkey’

The Bitterness of the Global Care Chain

Article by Isabelle Hore-Thorburn // Sept. 28, 2018
‘Bitter Things: Narratives and Memories of Transnational Families’ at Archive Kabinett examines the significance of things and objects for families separated by the global care chain[read on]


New Kids of the Block

Article by Andrea Ongaro – in Berlin; Tuesday, Mar. 26, 2013.

TANAS is a space for contemporary Turkish art, that present itself as a connecting platform between artists and an international audience. Collaborating with Turkish cultural actors, TANAS follows and presents the rapid development in the Turkish cultural scene of the last two decades. This is…[read on…]


Ifran Onurmen: Otopsi

Article by Devon Caranicas // June 8, 2011
The neighborhood of Tophane has carved itself out as a petite art’s distract within the western side’s new city (complete with it’s own Art Walk Guide boasting a modest 11 destinations). It is in this enclave that I found Ifran[read on]