Anna Laudel Contemporary brings together a selection of works from nine artists using different mediums including painting, sculpture, photography, installations and collages.
Participating artists include Detlef Waschkau from Germany, Brigitte Spiegeler from the Netherlands and Arzu Başaran, Ramazan Can, Tuğçe Diri, Bilal Hakan Karakaya, Ekin Su Koç, Gazi Sansoy and Serpil Yeter from Turkey.
The exhibition is held across three floors of exhibition space in Karaköy on Bankalar Street and will be on display at Anna Laudel Contemporary in Istanbul until Aug. 25.
Anna Laudel Contemporary, formerly known as the ART350 gallery, was founded in 2012 by the German textile magnate Anna Laudel with the aim of supporting the work of Turkish and international artists by providing a prominent contemporary exhibition platform and through the development of a greater understanding and closer appreciation for contemporary art across the regions of Turkey.
The spacious gallery building features an art shop offering reasonably priced prints, photographs and art journals aimed at supporting a new generation of art buyers and emerging collectors, hosting the latest collections of the luxury Danish jewelry brand Monies, as the only commercial outlet of this acclaimed design label in Turkey.