Exhibition Critique
by Ali Taptık: Hassan Khan

Salt Beyoğlu

November 8, 2012 16.00

SALT Beyoğlu

SALT Interpretation continues to organize exhibition critique tours for college students within the context of the exhibition Hassan Khan. In these events, which are led by a different artist each month, in addition to exploring Hassan Khan’s works, the participants have the change to engage in a discussion centered on the artist’s practice and exhibition making.

To join the second tour led by the artist Ali Taptık, please email your first name/last name, the name of your university and program to yorumlama@saltonline.org.

Participants are asked to write a critical review to be shared on social media sites such as Facebook, blogs or personal websites, and share the link on Twitter by using the @SALT_Online hash tag.

The tours will be held in Turkish and are limited to 15 participants.

Ali Taptık
Ali Taptık (1983, İstanbul) is an artist, photographer and PhD Candidate in Architectural Design at ITU. Representation of urban landscape and architecture, the relationship between the individual and the city are some of the themes that he explores. In addition to working with institutions for photographically documenting İstanbul such as Urban Age, and London School of Economics, Taptık has published several artist books including Kaza ve Kader (Filigranes Editions, 2009); Depicting Istanbul – Introduction to History of Visuality in Turkey (Collaboration with Prof. Dr. Uğur Tanyeli; Akın Nalça Editions, 2010) and There are no failed experiments. (Atelier de Visu, 2012). He is also one of the founders of Bandrolsüz, a collective for the distribution of independently published artist books.