Evliyagil Museum is now preparing the exhibition Crystal Chateau, curated by Can Akgümüş. The exhibition is getting ready to share works of 58 artists around the concept of memory with art-lovers, under the roof of the Evliyagil Museum.
Artists Alper Aydın, Ayça Telgeren, Aykut Öz, Bahar Yürükoğlu, Barış Sarıbaş, Bedri Baykam, Begüm Yamanlar, Bengü Karaduman, Bestami Gerekli, Burcu Perçin, Burcu Yağcıoğlu, Can Akgümüş, Can Aytekin, Can Küçük, Cemil Batur Gökçeer, Çınar Eslek, Deniz Aktaş, Eda Aslan, Ege Kanar, Emre Yenisoy, Erdal Duman, Erol Akyavaş, Erol Eskici, Fırat Engin, Görkem Ergün, Gülhatun Yıldırım, Haluk Akakçe, Hermann Nitsch, İbrahim Karakütük, İhsan Oturmak, Kazım Şimşek, Mehtap Baydu, Metehan Özcan, Metehan Törer, Murat Morova, Nazlı Gürlek, Necla Rüzgar, Nejad Devrim, Osman Dinç, Onur İzci, Ömer Faruk Şimşek, Özlem Günyol & Mustafa Kunt, Pierre Alechinsky, Roland Topor, Sebahattin Yüce, Selim Cebeci, Semiha Berksoy, SENA, Sevil Tunaboylu, Seza Paker, Şant Mengücek, Tansel Türkdoğan, Tanzer Arığ, Tarık Töre, Ümmühan Yörük, Yüksel Arslan, Zeren Göktan, Zeynep Kayan
The word “şato” (chateau) is the name given to the grand and secure buildings that a feudal lord lives during the Middle Ages in Europe and it is borrowed from the French language. In the exhibition, the concept of chateau represents a memory. While it metaphorically represents the feudal lordship of the human mind it also represents an elegant and fragile structure as opposed to strong images such as walls, ditches, and towers since it is made of glass. In this sense, as long as it is treated with care, it can be preserved. The exhibition focuses on “memory” by grounding it on gothic art movement –literature, architecture, and visual arts- and brings the artwork in the exhibition together under 6 different titles, which is similar to memory’s structure and way of working. On this platform created for Crystal Chateau exhibition, the term “memory” is gathered together by artists from different generations and disciplines with their product both in Evliyagil Museum Collection and out of the collection.
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