Exhibition: Tempo Incognito

03.03 – 18.04.2021 :: Depo, Istanbul

“Tempo Incognito: On Flows, Rhythm, and Movement”, curated by Rana Öztürk, intends to examine the experience and conceptualization of temporality in contemporary societies, exploring how our sense of time can clash or be in tune with natural, ecological and universal cycles.


Exhibition: Machine Culture

21.09-09.12.2018 :: SPACE Gallery Pittsburgh

Curated by Murray Horne, “Machine Culture” introduces a group of artists fascinated by the mechanical. Operating with varying degrees of autonomy, control, function and dysfunction, these artists orchestrate materials, re-configuring them into “objects of fascination.”

Artists: Samuel St. Aubin, Zoro Feigl, Ujoo & Limhee Young, Kristoffer Myskja, Henrik Menné, Oz Malul, Keny Marshall, Kausik Mukhopadhyay, Ali Miharbi, Peter Flemming

Solo Exhibition: Pneuma

16.04 – 03.06.2017 :: Pilot Galeri, Istanbul

“Pneuma” focuses on air, breath and wind. Air circulates, it travels, it spreads, it blocks, it communicates, it whispers. It transmits and guides. Air is not there only as the mass of gases that surrounds the Earth and allows life to exist but beyond this, it is there as a tool of communication or a converter.


Exhibition: Play is Freedom

27.12.2016 – 10.01.2017 :: bomontiada, Istanbul

Following the Open Call of 2015, Istanbul Independent Art Association (BStart) now presents “Play is Freedom” as his first exhibition combining Ali Miharbi, Berat Işık, Buse Aktaş and Merve Ertufan’s commissioned projects. The exhibition re-unites these artists using different approaches, formats and medium by the concept of “play” as art and also explores its nature and its relation within art.


Exhibition: Un Coup de Dés Jamais N’Abolira Le Hasard

30.09 – 5.11.2016 :: PILOT Gallery

Featuring works by 12 artists, “Un Coup de Dés Jamais N’Abolira Le Hasard” is an attempt to explore new possibilities as well as the complexity inherent in the evolving relationship between art and language. The works on view challenge the idea of a language, full of rules and restrictions, which compels immediate readings; instead, they embrace pliable and even subjective versions.

Artists: Özgür Demirci, Elmas Deniz, Didem Erk, Lee Garcia, Leyla, Hacer Kıroğlu, Alican Leblebici, Ali Miharbi, Ceylan Öztürk, İrem Tok, Şener Özmen, Seda Yıldız


Exhibition: A Sharp Cliff After A Soft Landing

08.09 – 22.10.2016 :: REM Art Space + Gaia Gallery

“A Sharp Cliff After A Soft Landing”, curated by Mehmet Kahraman, questions how certain moments influence the act of art-making and brings momentary situations in our collective and individual memories together in the same space.

Participating Artists: Ali Miharbi, Ani Setyan, Burçak Konukman, Çınar Eslek, Emre Zeytinoğlu, Elif Süsler, Ferhat Özgür, Erdem Ergaz, Gözde İlkin, Gül Ilgaz, Serda Camlı, Vahit Tuna, Yasemin Özcan, Yıldız Çintay

REM Art Space http://www.remartspace.org
Gaia Gallery http://www.gaiagallery.com

Exhibition: Colomboscope 2016

25.08 – 1.09 2016 :: Former General Post Office, Colombo 1 , Sri Lanka

Cinnamon Colomboscope, a contemporary and multidisciplinary arts festival organised by EUNIC Sri Lanka comprising the Goethe-Institut, British Council and Alliance Française de Kotte, took place at the former General Post Office (an iconic Colonial building erected in 1895 and unused for the last 20 years) in Sri Lanka’s capital, Colombo. This year’s edition, titled “Testing Grounds: Art and Digital Cultures in South Asia and Europe”, has been curated by Susanne Jaschko.