The “Dialogue+11” exhibition, which includes the works of 11 Turkish members of the International Ceramic Academy, met with art lovers at the Eskişehir Odunpazarı City Museums Complex Exhibition Hall between 7 June and 17 July.
Founded by Henry J. Reynaud in 1952, the International Academy of Ceramics (IAC) today has 807 individual and 77 collective members representing 74 countries from all continents. It works to strengthen friendship and communication among professionals in the field of ceramics in all countries, and to develop all kinds of international cooperation in order to encourage and maintain the highest quality production in all ceramic cultures. Serving at the Musée Ariana in Geneva, Switzerland; it is a platform that brings its members together around the world while contributing to the advancement of art with the communication and synergy it creates through academic discussions, practices and exhibitions.
In the “Dialogue+11” exhibition a selection took place in the last period works of Bingul Basarir, Beril Anilanmert, Zehra Çobanli, Sidika Sibel Sevim, Mutlu Baskaya, Omur Tokgoz, Hasan Sahbaz, Burcu Karabey, Elif Aydogdu Agatekin, Hasan Numan Sucaglar and Adile Feyza Ozgundogdu, who represented our country at the International Academy of Ceramics. The exhibition, organized by Zehra Çobanli and Elif Aydogdu Agatekin, was important in terms of bringing Turkish members together and presenting examples of contemporary ceramic art.