Turkish art in Naples
From 18 January 2017 until 20 January 2018 at the CAM Museum, will take place the exhibition Napoletana, curated by Kani Kaya, with Turkish artists. The event at the Casoria Museum is an interesting piece of contemporary art from Turkey, a look at the real production, at the development of the image and of the ideas, never shown in such a wide spectrum in Italy. Painting, photography and sculpture by artists, with a large group of women, which appear influenced by figurative component and by the tendency to an orientalist abstractism. During the opening will be possible to confront with many of the artists which will be present at the event.
Rana Altan, Belder Cemil, Genc Mecnun, Macar Huseyin, Sengir Sena, Candas Mumin, Kaplan Aynur, Kaplan Ziver, Hacifettahoglu Mehmet, Orcan Mehmet Akif, Ceken Birsen, Akengin Gultekin, Ferahoglu Nurgul, Ferahoglu Necati Seydi, Saglam Seval, Oran Dursun Boran, Ozen Asli, Birben Gulay, Cevik Nilgun Aysecik, Sisginoglu Kadir, Arisoy Guzin, Hatipoglu Filiz, Zafer Orhan, Sengir Zehra, Hülya Karoğlu, Bahar Aydın, Güldane Akbulu, Okur Aysea
Aytül Kayhan, Bahar Ulus Şari, Bercin Güvengil, Çiğdem Kabatepe, Deha Koc, Ferda Yüksel, Ferda Yuksel , Feride Dayanç, Figen Oktar, Füsun İnan, Gülçin Özaydınlı, Hale Demirgülle iş, Hatice Erol, İnci Başağa, Kohar Cankar, Mahmure Özçelik, Mehmet Yücel, Mine Çelik, Mukerrem Turhan, Nazan Aksaray, Neslihan Pırıldar, Nesrin Bilsel, Nuran Özer, Nurcan Toker, Pakize Yurdakul, Perin Atlas, Pınar Ture Gürsoy, Rosy Macoro, Sebnem Diler, Serpil Otay, Sevtap Yilmaz, Sıdıka Ardal, Tukay Karavit, Turkan Elmaslar, Turkan Olgac, Yeşim Özyurtcu, Zeynep Ferdi Uygur