227 works that give a real time snapshot of the art scene in a complex country, suspended between East and West, between Islamization and modernization, between advancement and untamed growth. Creativity, culture and art that can play an important role in enhancing an identity founded on the particularity of Turkey, a country between two worlds. Art that transcends boundaries, breaks rules and restrictions, bypasses all is, as in every Imago Mundi collection, the common thread of this collection that rightly also includes 20 works by Kurdish artists, the largest ethnic group in the country.
Art Direction, Photography and Production:
Claudio Scorretti, Irina Ungureanu
Editing and Translation:
Turkish and English Translator:
Special thanks to
Bedri Baykam, Lora Sarıaslan, Hande Eagle, Rosita D’Amora, Luiza Bialasiewicz, İlayda Babacan & Şebnem Kutal (İlayda Gallery), Burçak Bingöl & Ceren Yeltan (Zilberman Gallery), Nuran Terzioğlu (Apel Gallery), Yasemin Elci & Daryo Beskinazi (x-ist Gallery), Kerimcan Güleryüz (Empire Project), Feza Velicangil (Sanatorium Gallery), Tankut Aykut (Őktem Aykut Gallery), Sevil Binat & Melek Gençer (C.A.M Gallery), Gökşen Buğra (Art ON Gallery), Özlem İnay Erten (Bozlu Project), Leyla Ünsal (Versus Art Project).