NEWS | Art Elsewhere Publication 2018
Barry Flynn’s new comic ‘They Live Again’ is out now and it’s published by Art Elsewhere.
If anyone would like to buy a copy you can find it at Gosh Comics, Orbital Comics, and Atomic or see the link below!
NEWS | Istanbul Art News 2018
Senem Cagla Bilgin, curator and founder of Art Elsewhere, had an interview about curatorial methods and the contemporary art market with Istanbul Art News. Find this in the February issue!
SEMINAR | CerModern Museum 2017
Senem Cagla Bilgin Independent Curator and Founder of Art Elsewhere gave a talk on 'New Horizons in the relationship between the Artist, Curator and Gallerist: Art Elsewhere' at the CerModern Museum, Ankara.
ARTWALKS | Serpentine Sackler Gallery, London
We’ve visited Serpentine Sackler Gallery with our group during the Frieze Week.
Thank you to Marina Abramovic and Hans Ulrich Obrist for the inspiring conversation last night at Serpentine.
Earlier in her talk with Obrist, she said that nature is so perfect without us. We need art in the cities where human beings don't have any time, where human beings forget their own humanity. We have to take the experience of nature and transfer it into cities.
ARTWALKS | Tate Modern, London
Today was a very special day because we had the chance to guide this beautiful group at Tate Modern.
Thank you for everything!
START ART FAIR 2016 | Saatchi Gallery, London
START is a platform that shines a spotlight on emerging artists and new art scenes. Founded and organised by Parallel Contemporary Art and Saatchi Gallery, START takes place across all three floors of Saatchi Gallery and aims to enable collectors, curators, and the greater public to discover new artistic talent.
START creates the best possible showcase for young galleries and new artists by providing an elegant environment with museum-quality spaces. In 2016, START featured 70 galleries from across 40 cities. Alongside the Fair, START also featured high quality curatorial projects; Mahmoud Obaidi's Baghdad Manifesto and his curated project Identity, Construction & Deconstruction - featuring young Qatari artists, Mehta Bell Projects' Future Island - presenting contemporary Taiwanese Art, The Prince's School of Traditional Arts' Adrian Iruco and Sumakshi Singh's light installation.
CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS | UAL - University of the Arts London
Black and white photography exhibition explores ‘What It Means to Be a Woman’ at Richbell Place, London on Monday 16th November 2015.
A collection of work from Italian fine art photographer Francesca De Dominicis and prints from artist JR. Curated by Senem Cagla Bilgin.