LONG THURSDAY
MARCH 2014

SALT BEYOĞLU, SALT GALATA, SALT ULUS

MARCH 27, 2014 18.00 – 22.00

SALT is open until 22.00 on Thursday, March 27. The Long Thursday event includes free exhibition and building tours, as well as special discounts at the café in SALT Galata and at the bookstores in SALT Beyoğlu and SALT Galata.
Still from the documentary film DROP CITY (2012) by Joan Grossman Joan Grossman’ın <i>DROP CITY</i> (2012) belgeselinden bir kare
Still from the documentary film DROP CITY (2012) by Joan Grossman

SALT Beyoğlu



In the Walk-in Cinema at 18.30
Screening: Political Advertisement VIII: 1952-2012 (2012)
Antoni Muntadas and Marshall Reese
English without subtitles
84 minutes

In the Walk-in Cinema at 20.00
Screening: DROP CITY (2012)
Joan Grossman
English with Turkish subtitles
82 minutes

Forum
GLOBAL TOOLS 1973-1975: Towards an Ecology of Design
In collaboration with Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Istanbul

Floor 2
African Dance
An experimental interdisciplinary art project based on Sevim Burak’s short story and book with the same title.

18.30 Performance
19.30 Artist talk

Floor 3
MC⁹ (2012)
Charles Atlas

Garden
Members of Slow Food Youth Network Istanbul will talk about the work they have been recently conducting in the Garden at SALT Beyoğlu.


SALT Galata



Guided tour at 19.00
Dismantling the Archive: Representation, Identity, Memory in an Ottoman Family

Dismantling the Archive focuses on the years 1900-1940 of the Said Bey Archive, encompassing three generations from the late Ottoman period up through the early years of the Republic of Turkey. The exhibition attempts to understand how a family, as it passed through a complicated process of transition, expressed and represented itself in writing, photography, music, narrations and material culture.

Floor 1
You don’t go slumming
Can Altay and Jeremiah Day

SALT Research is open until 20.00 and The Ottoman Bank Museum is open until 22.00.


SALT Ulus



Works From The Collection of L’Internationale
The exhibition presents one work from each of the collections of L’Internationale partner museums, by artists: Marina Abramović, Vanessa Beecroft, Antoni Muntadas and Marshall Reese, Bruce Nauman and Allan Sekula. The selected works refer to issues of authoritarian power, media manipulation, debates around public space and gender politics. By gathering these positions together at this moment in time the exhibition aims to reflect upon local stories through the reading of five internationally renowned, iconic works.
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