The soup that every art-lover should see? – Andy Warhol Exhibition at Pera Museum

I guess we’re all familiar with the image of the dozens of Campbell’s Soup cans or the absurdly colourful Marylin Monroe portraits already. If not, it’s not because you’re not a frequent museum… Continue reading

Marc Quinn – The Sleep of Reason

  Last friday, I actually had no intention of visiting an exhibition until I saw Mr. Quinn’s giant golden seashell at the entrance of ARTER Gallery. The first solo exhibition of Marc Quinn in Turkey… Continue reading

In Memory of Duchamp’s Ready-mades

The exhibition, Unhappy Ready-Made hosted by the KUAD Gallery was running between January 8th and March 1st 2014 unfortunately I could just find time to write about it. It was an exhibition built… Continue reading

A Roundup on New York Fashion Week

Leaving behind the Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week I decided to make a small roundup and see what was actually popping out and making a difference out of all the far-fetched stuff… Continue reading

Timeless Portraits from a Contemporary Artist: Michel Comte-Fame

The famous photographer, Michel Comte’s exhibition, Fame was held in Elipsis Gallery in İstanbul, between 12 December 2013 and 25 January 2014. Visiting the gallery at it’s last day and than leaving the… Continue reading

Review: ID:LA by Ayse Ulay

Last week I was at the opening of the exhibition ID:LA by Ayse Ulay at Milli Reasurans Art Gallery in Nişantaşı, İstanbul. The exhibition was consisting of photographs from Los Angeles where the… Continue reading

Marge Simpson as a Fashion Model

Untill now Marge Simpson had an unchangable image as a caring mother, loving wife and a classical American housewife in our minds but with the artist, aleXsandro Palombo’s illustrations, it looks like we… Continue reading