Based Istanbul


Troublesome Harlem streets of Manhattan where black and white resolve… Chasing after the ever-existing hope, joy of living and passion in the patriarchal streets of…


“TOMAK… That’s a hard-hitting artist’s alias resonating like the crisp sound of a slap. The artist, a well-known rebel figure of the Austrian art scene, likes to refer to it as his nom de guerre, perhaps because his work furiously and proudly crusades against the bourgeois codes that dominate the contemporary art world.

Andres Serrano

Controversy has almost become the new norm circa 2015, with sex, nudity, drugs, and fetishes being discussed more than your average topics. One is more likely to come across the photograph of a nun and a priest during sexual intercourse than the family of four having dinner.

Douglas Hale

Artist Douglas Hale is taking us on a journey into the world of assemblage and mixed media; his works are at once calm and striking; each piece is a window into a world that is eerily familiar. Hale and I had a conversation about his creative process, and how he interprets the relationship between art, music, and the influences of culture.

Emin Alper

Having won many awards with his first feature film ‘Beyond the Hill’, Emin Alper’s new film ‘Frenzy’, which is about to come to the theaters this month, won the Jury’s Special Award in Venice Film Festival. “I wish this was an outdated film.

Elif Boyner

Elif Boyner, who had a breakthrough in the Turkish art scene, answered our questions that addresses the ways of working and thinking. We talked about her recent installations, the balance she is trying to establish in her work between the visual world and conceptual foundation, and the ‘horizon line’ she is chasing after..