Zorlu Center brought to life the 'Upcycling Sculpture Exhibition', which consists of unique sculptures prepared by different artists from recyclable materials. Curated by ISD-ART, the exhibition will meet art lovers on the Zorlu Center Square and Bosphorus floor until October 30.
Zorlu Center launched the 'Upcycling Sculpture Exhibition', where six artists meet, to emphasize the importance of the concept of sustainability.
Artists; The 'Advanced Transformation Sculpture Exhibition', featuring a total of 30 works by Adnan Ceylan, Cem Özkan, Özge Günaydın, Taylan Türkmen, Ali Abayoğlu and Zeynep Koçan, can be visited on the Zorlu Center Square and Bosphorus floors until 30 October.
The horse, which Adnan Ceylan named Manavgat, made with the pieces of wood damaged in the Manavgat fire, which was recorded as the biggest forest fire in Turkey; Sculptures by Cem Özkan using metal and organic materials other than waste scrap materials; Rhinos made with vegan fabric woven from plant roots by Özge Günaydın; Sculptures produced by Taylan Turkmen with rebars; Ali Abayoğlu's sculpture using transmission scraps, waste metal and window glass; The unique works that Zeynep Koçan brought to life with scrap wires fascinate those who see them.