2013: the year of the Gezi miracle

Written by Sabine Küper on . Posted in All Posts, çapuling, Three Sided Football, Voices



In 2013 Istanbul got the centre of a miracle that spreaded across whole Turkey. The urban transformation policy of the government caused a political uprising that turned to massdemonstrations, massive police violence and detentions. But more then all it made Turkey one of the spots with the most creative civilian resistance movement on earth. Viva Gezi!

Inenart featured the highlights of the protests but also the artists contributions prior and during the uprisings. We focused on the rapid and dramatic transformation of the urban landscape of Istanbul and organised a three-sided Football game in solidarity with the Gei protests in the frame of the parallell events of the 13th art Biennial in Istanbul.

In the beginning of 2014 we will have been online for one year now. 2013 was a stormu year for Turkey. The Gezi Protests starting end of May shifted the political culture of Turkey sustainable. We want to continue to be a part of this.


A newspaper ‘without sound’

Written by Thomas Büsch on . Posted in Seen Beyond, Voices

French newspaper shows power of photography by removing all images


French newspaper Libération removed on November 14th all images from one of its daily print editions, as part of a statement on the importance of photojournalism at a time when several media outlets are cutting their staff. The November 14th issue was the paper’s first to be published without a single photo, writes Libération culture journalist Brigitte Ollier in an articled titled “Libération plunged into darkness.”


Written by Isidora on . Posted in Displacement, Events, Future Archive, Topics, Topography of Memory, Voices


Pavilion of the Republic of Serbia,  55th International Art Exhibition, la Biennale di Venezia  Inauguration: 12.30 PM, 30th of May 2013


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Commissioner’s Foreword (an excerpt) Maja Ćirić:  Nothing Between Us breaks with the traditional laissez-faire approach to art, by which the political, whose reflections are dominant in the art world, outweighs the artistic. Therefore, I think it is important to define this place of national representation as the place whence the distortions of the global art world emanate.

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