top of page

Tue, Jul 05

|

Ka

Look What I’ve Brought You: Personal Stories Selection by İbrahim Karakütük

Look What I’ve Brought You continues with Ibrahim Karakutuk’s Personal Stories Selection! Lens based artist İbrahim Karakutuk will interpret the books listed below, while these books will be waiting for you on the table. The event is free, open to the public, and no booking is required.

Look What I’ve Brought You: Personal Stories Selection by İbrahim Karakütük
Look What I’ve Brought You: Personal Stories Selection by İbrahim Karakütük

Saat ve Yer

Jul 05, 2022, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Ka, Cinnah Cd. No:1 D:B, 06690 Cankaya/Ankara, Turkey

Etkinlik Hakkında

Look What I’ve Brought You: Personal Stories Selection

by İbrahim Karakütük

31.05.2022, Tuesday 7.30 pm

 

*

Look What I’ve Brought You continues with Ibrahim Karakutuk’s Personal Stories Selection! Lens based artist İbrahim Karakutuk will interpret the books listed below, while these books will be waiting for you on the table. The event is free, open to the public, and no booking is required.

*

With the beginning of the ‘Look What I’ve Brought You’ events which started in 2013, many artists, editors, and publishers with different perspectives have chosen books for Ka’s library and have told the audience about these books. Each book is waiting for you at Ka’s library! The library is open to visitors with membership to maintain the event. Simply subscribe to the Library option for $5 per month through Ka's Patreon account.

*

Books selected by Ibrahim Karakutuk:

1. Tourmaline, Yusuf Sevincli, 2020

2. Kill The Pig, Maasai Fukase, 2021

3. Impossible Love, Nobuyoshi Araki, 2019

*

In 2012, Ibrahim Karakutuk began to perceive photography as a form of narrative. The artist who produces lens-based works obtains a language that will work with the subject by changing the language in a way that best suits the form of the subject he wants to express. Karakütük, one of the founders of Fotolab Print Space in collaboration with Ka Atölye, won the best model book award by the FUAM Kassel joint jury at the Istanbul Photobook Festival (2017) with his book Wet Sorrow. He produced four different books from 2013 to 2017: Vitrivirus Man (2013, independent publication), My Father (2013, independent publication), -3 (2014, independent publication) and Wet Sorrow (2017, Masa). The works of the artist were exhibited together with artists such as Erol Akyavas, Mübin Orhon, and Candeğer Furtun in the exhibition “Meleklerin Payı”, one of the parallel events of the 15th Istanbul Biennial, organized by Galeri Nev at Tutun Deposu in 2017. He was seen in the NevNesil "Monomit" exhibition in 2018, in the "Golden Age" exhibition held on the occasion of Galeri Nev's 35th anniversary, and lastly in the "Zigzags in the Chest Cavity" solo exhibition in 2022 at Galeri Nev Ankara.

*

This event is funded by the International Relief Fund for Organizations in Culture and Education 2021 of the German Federal Foreign Office, the Goethe-Institut and other partners. #irf2021

Bu Etkinliği Paylaş

bottom of page