Exhibit­ion Critique
by Bülent Tanju:
Trespassing Modernities

Salt Galata

May 24, 2013 16.30

SALT Galata

SALT Interpretation is organizing a series of exhibition critiques of Trespassing Modernities for college students throughout May. These tours are led by different architects offering students a chance to explore the content of Trespassing Modernities and engage in discussions centered around the exhibition’s themes and intentions.

To join the first tour, led by the architect and academician Bülent Tanju, please email your first and last name, the name of your university and the academic program you are attending to: yorumlama@saltonline.org

The tours will be held in Turkish and are limited to 15 participants.
After receiving his bachelor degree in Architecture from Mimar Sinan University Bülent Tanju completed his PhD with his work “1908-1946 A Conceptual Framework of Turkish Architecture” in the program of Architectural History, İstanbul Technical University in 1999. He was awarded the Ağa Han Islamic Architecture Program scholarship and participated in the MIT Architecture Department as a guest lecturer in 2002. His writings have been published in several journals and books, including Arredamento Architecture. Tanju works extensively on modern art and architecture, 19th and 20th century Turkish Architecture and modern cultural problems. He currently works as a faculty member at Mardin Artuklu University in the department of Architecture.