|Invitation: Champagne Press Brunch, Wednesday 20 November|
||Gallery Tour and Curator's Preview in the Presence of the Gallerist|
We would like to invite you to a special press brunch to brighten up the winter weather with a glass of bubbles for a private view of the exhibition Pi: Housewarming, which marks the opening of Turkish Contemporary gallery Pi Artworks' new premises in London.
Pi opened with its inaugural exhibition on 15 October during Frieze week. The show features works by seven of the gallery's top artists and is designed to act as a 'sneak peek' of the solo shows each artist will have at the gallery over the next year, as well as introduce London audiences to some of Turkey's top Contemporary artists.
Gallery Founder and Director Yesim Turanli will be giving a guided tour of the current exhibition.
In addition, curator Shaheen Merali, who will be working with performance artist Nezaket Ekici on her upcoming solo show at the gallery, will give an introduction on Ekici's work as well as a preview of her special performance here at the gallery along with a video presentation of her most iconic works.
Date: Wednesday 20 November
Time: 10:00 for a 10:30 start
Venue: Pi Artworks London, 55 Eastcastle Street, W1W 8EF
Nearest Tube: Oxford Circus
Champaign, coffee and pastries will be served.
Please RSVP to Anna Wallace-Thompson at
email@example.com or call +44 207 637 8403
Pi Artworks is one of Istanbul's foremost Contemporary art galleries. Established in 1998 by Yesim Turanli, it is currently located in the renowned Misir Apartmeni in Galatasaray, Beyoglu and is responsible in large for the establishment of Turkish artists on the international art circuit. For more information, click here.
12 December 2013 - 25 January 2014
(After) Love at Last Sight: Nezaket Ekici
Curated by Shaheen Merali, the exhibition presents a retrospective of the works of groundbreaking Berlin-based Turkish performance artist Nezaket Ekici. Encompassing a selection of video works of iconic performances alongside stills from the last 13 years, the exhibition will also feature a special three-day live performance as Ekici recreates her most iconic work - Emotion in Motion, transforming the space of the Pi Artworks London gallery. The artist studied under Marina Abramovic at the Hochschule fur Bildende Kunste Braunschweig, from where she received her Degree in Fine Arts (2001-2003) and MFA Degree (2004) respectively.
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Pi Artworks - London
55 Eastcastle Street
London (England) W1W 8EF