Anna Laudel Istanbul Heads to a New Home
Anna Laudel Istanbul Heads to a New Home!Featuring an exciting programme of exhibitions and events since 2016,Anna Laudel Istanbul is relocating this summer from Karaköy,Bankalar Street to Kazancı Yokuşu, Gümüşsuyu, which is itself adeeply fascinating area at the heart of the city.
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Spreading over 1,000square meters, AnnaLaudel’s new gallery aimsto offer a spacious artsenvironment and welcomethe widest possibleaudience.One of the largestcommercial art spaces inIstanbul, Anna Laudel on Kazancı Street offers asignificantly larger andflexible exhibition spacewith a disabled entrance.The new space allows Anna Laudel to host more comprehensivecurated exhibitions and events, and provide a wider internationalaudience for its artists
. Looking forward to further engaging with theglobal art market and strengthening its role in the growing artistic lifeof Istanbul, Anna Laudel will continue to provide its artists anopportunity to showcase their talents and meet with international artenthusiasts.Located at the new Beyoğlu Culture Road, a project which covers anarea from Galataport to the AKM (Atatürk Culture Center) andconnects the cultural venues of Beyoğlu district, Anna Laudel’s newgallery on Kazancı Yokuşu No:45, is accessible from Taksim Squareand Fındıklı.
Anna Laudel will inaugurate its new space and welcome the2021-2022 art season in September with a comprehensive soloexhibition of Ramazan Can, one of the rising contemporary artistsfrom Turkey, known for his traditional craft techniques.Address: Kazancı Yokuşu 45, Gümüşsuyu, Beyoğlu / İstanbulannalaudel.gallery | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
Anna Laudel Founded by Anna Laudel with the aim of supporting the work of Turkish andinternational artists, the gallery is dedicated to promote artists by providing aprominent contemporary exhibition platform and by developing a greaterunderstanding of contemporary art.
Following its first location in Istanbul, Anna Laudel opened its second galleryin Düsseldorf-Germany in 2019 to expand more internationally.
Directed byFerhat Yeter, both galleries host solo and group exhibitions by artists fromTurkey and beyond.The gallery also represents its artists of diverse backgrounds and generationsin the global arts scene by showcasing their latest artworks at leadinginternational art fairs.