11 December 2015 - 1 May 2016 ISTANBUL: PASSION, JOY, FURY, @ MAXXI , Rome

http://www.fondazionemaxxi.it/en/events/istanbul-passione-gioia-furore/

 "Couldn't Believe What She Heard"
different sizes Embroidery on fabric, 2015
 "Couldn't Believe What She Heard"
different sizes Embroidery on fabric, 2015
 
"Couldn't Believe What She Heard"
different sizes Embroidery on fabric, 2015
MAXXI - Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo
Chromatic kites of women, 2012
Embroidery on fabric
2,5 x 3 m
Collection of Huma Kabakçı
Workshop held in cooperation with Ballhaus Naunynstrabe, Berlin, Germany)
Participants: Yildiz Sabriye, Filiz Taskin, Nermin Kurt, Gulcihan Aksu, Zehra Kutlu, Hatice Alkan, Kiyafet Aktas, Ece PazarbasiMAXXI - Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo


 poster for an afternoon, 2011
Embroidery on fabric
171 cm x 265 cm, istanbul
Collection of Ebru Özdemir
Participants: Nurhan Akçay, Meltem Bahar Yılmaz, Neslihan Ekinci, Ayşe Duygu Yaman, Burcu Kiriş, Emel Özcan, Gökçe Erhan, Merve Üstünalp, Aynur Öztürk, Arzu Yayıntaş, Pınar Özçoban, İlgim Mümin, Şermin Dalgıç, Zuhal Adaçoğlu, Vedia Yeşim Bayanoğlu, Tuna Mizrahi, Dilek İlgeMAXXI - Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo

 
Gunes Terkol
Women's Song, 2010
Embroidery on fabric
190 x 300 cm, Antakya

Collection of Fazlı Özcan
Participants: Kezban Tatlı, Sevgi Tatlı, Nilgün Çapar, Mediha Çobanoğlu, Nazan Ağbaht Hamurcu, Emel Sökmen
MAXXI - Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo


1-"Dreams on the river", sewing on fabric,215 x 286 cm, 2011, Chongqing
Workshop held at OrganHaus, Chongqing, China,
participants:Yang Xi, Liang Ying, Han Wen Zhang, Wu Yan, LeiLeo, Wen Jing, She Chenqi, Jiu Jiu MAXXI - Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo

2-"Against the Current", sewing on fabric, 200 cm x 300 cm 2013,Vienna
Workshop held with Deniz Ulusoy on the occasion of women's day at MAK, Vienna, Austria

11 December 2015 - 1 May 2016

ISTANBUL: PASSION, JOY, FURY

Galleries 1, 2 and 2 biscurated by Hou Hanru with a team of international curators

The passion for creativity
The joy that emerges from achieving objectivesThe fury of the city 

We are continuing our exploration of the cultural milieu of the Mediterranean basin and the relations between the Middle East and Europe. Following the exhibition Unedited History on contemporary Iranian art, MAXXI has reached Istanbul.

An exploration through major works
and new artistic production
with in-depth examinations and first-hand testimony.

Istanbul: Passion, Joy, Fury tackles the dynamics, the changes and the cultural demands of contemporary Turkey, a bridge between the western and eastern worlds.
Starting out with the recent protests at Gezi Park, the exhibition examines five major themes: urban transformations; political conflicts and resistance; innovative models of production; geopolitical urgencies; hope.
The invited artists and architects:

Hamra Abbas, Asu Aksoy, Can Altay, Halil Altindere, Emrah Altınok, Architecture for all/Herkes İçin Mimarlık, Burak Arıkan, Volkan Aslan, Fikret Atay, Vahap Avşar, Imre Azem, Osman Bozkurt, Angelika Brudniak, Hera Büyüktaşcıyan, Antonio Cosentino, Jeremiah Day, Burak Delier, Cem Dinlenmiş, Cevdet Erek, Inci Eviner, Extrastruggle, Gaye Günay, Nilbar Güreş, Hazavuzu, Emre Hüner, Ali Kazma, Sinan Logie, Cynthia Madansky, Yoann Morvan, Pinar Ogrenci, Ahmet Ögüt, Nejla Osseiran, Ceren Oykut, Didem Özbek , Şener Özmen, Pattu , Didem Pekün, Zeyno Pekünlü, Mario Rizzi, Alexis Sanal, Sarkis, So?, Superpool, Ali Taptik, Serkan Taycan, Cengiz Tekin, Güneş Terkol, Nasan Tur.

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