- What’s On
“I watch with tears and smiles the condition of humanity in the post-truth, post-fact, post-faith era. I am part of it and yet taking it in from a distance. I continue living with my old habits and stand wondering what I can do about it. My thoughts lead me to the forever present angels and clowns who look both like and unlike us, stand by us and observe us from afar. They can warn us, alert us about the good and the bad, right and wrong, and always demand our critical awareness. I feel akin to their marginality and dared to travel the world with them.” – Ipek Duben
İpek Duben’s solo show Angels and Clowns at Pi Artworks İstanbul will be running between 12 March and 25 April 2020. Duben, well-known in both the local and global art world for her art that touches on themes such as identity, gender and memory, has created this new show to explore the denial of reality in the face of growing moral decadence, material inequality, natural disasters and consequent wars and massive migration around the world.
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