ArteExpo Contemporary Granada Artshow, which will take place in Granada, Spain's most important cultural city known for its festivals, is preparing to open its doors to its audience on 1-4 July 2022 with its first edition. Press conference of ArteExpo Contemporary Artshow held at Diputación's Headquarters on Monday, June 27; It was held with the participation of Presidential Deputy of Culture and History and Democratic Memory, Fátima Gómez, the first Deputy Mayor of Maracena, Berta Linares, and the curator of the exhibition, Chaled Res (Aram), and members of the press.
In the speeches of Gomez, Linares and Res who attended the press conference; They stated that the dissemination of contemporary art is their main goal. This activity; They underlined that it is “the most important contemporary art event held in Granada in the last ten years”. He also added that during the four days that the exhibition will continue, Maracena will become the epicenter of contemporary art.
Our Turkish Artists will also represent our country at ArteExpo Granada Artshow, which will bring together important artists, galleries, art critics and collectors from many countries of the world. With the ArteExpo Contemporary Granada Artshow, which will be held with the participation of more than 20 artists selected from 100 different countries from India to America, the city of Granada will become a center of attraction for culture and art for 4 days. Therefore, the works in ArteExpo Contemporary Granada Artshow will also have the opportunity to meet with a wider audience. Don't miss this different art feast that brings together Granada's rich cultural heritage with contemporary art practices between 1-4 July 2022...
ArteExpo Granada Artshow Gallery and Solo Artist List:
Imoga Gallery: Süleyman Saim Tekcan (Turkey); Gallery Diani: Teoman Südor (Turkey), Gülseren Südor (Turkey); Corvo Art Gallery/Turkey: E.Janset Kılıçtaş, Feride Binicioğlu, Nilgün Sipahioğlu Dalay; Maraka Art Group/Turkey: Aysun Kurtin, Dönay Öniş, Hasan Basri İnan, Nihal Şahin Göl, Nini Önözden, Onur Çetin, Reyhan Ayter, Seda Şahbaz, Sema Çetin, Serap Sevim, Sevda Mengi, Taner Tunga, Tansel Alp, Tuğba Küçükbahar, Zubeyde Depeli; Ricaco Gallery/Turkey: Caner Kemahlıoğlu, Betül Erkırklar, Gizem Tokay, Gülşah Tontu Özdemir, Kübra Kılıç, Melih Can, Rabia Yıldırım, Tolga Sağtaş; New Generation Art Space/Turkey: Mehmet Babat, Ağıt Uğur Uludağ, Bahar Ata, Banu Taşkent, Beşir Bayar, Büşra Aktekinoğlu, Deniz Karakurt Şekerci, Muhammet Bakır, Nursun Hafızoğlu, Sinan Dağ; Artify Gallery: Aref El Rayess (Lebanon), Chaled Res-Aram (Germany); Galerie Point Art Space: Amin Khelghat (Germany), Shivan Khalil (Germany), Yaser Algharbi (France), Mira Warde Alhaj (Germany/Syria)
Solo Artists: Devrim Erbil (Turkey), Gürbüz Doğan Ekşioğlu (Turkey), Çerkes Karadağ (Turkey), Gülten İmamoğlu (Turkey), Yalçın Gökçebağ (Turkey), Devabil Kara (Turkey), Erkin Keskin (Turkey), Melihat Tüzün (Turkey) ),Özge Gökbulut Özdemir (Turkey), Nur Gökbulut (Turkey), Jale İris Gökçe (Turkey), Hülya Küpçuoğlu (Turkey), Celal Bence (Turkey), Kadir Öztoprak (Turkey), Talat Ayhan (Turkey), Baran Kamiloğlu (Turkey) ), Mümin Candaş (Turkey), Orhan Zafer (Turkey), Orçun İlter (Turkey), Günsu Saraçoğlu (Turkey), Aslıhan Çiftgül (Turkey), Emre Tan (Turkey), Pınar Göksu Res (Turkey), Dora Özyurt (Turkey) , İnci Bayraktar (Turkey), Nihal Sandıkçı (Turkey), Özgen Zübeyde Öztürk (Turkey), Ali Omar (Syria/Turkey), Mira Res (Turkey), Jorge Molina (Spain), İbrahim Alhassoun (Syria/Turkey), Jassim Aldhamin (Saudi Arabia), Etab Hrieb (USA /Syria), Kareem Sadoon (Iraq), Nawal Alsadon (Iraq/Spain), Asaad Ferzat (Syria-Switzerland), Karl Kempton (USA), Abbas Yusuf (Bahrain),Pedro J.Rivas (Spain), Jesus Carlos Cardenete Lopez (Spain), Kadhim Nwir (Iraq), Giuseppe Strano Spitu (Italy), Pancho Cardenas (Mexico), Mukhtar Kazi (India), Maribel Martos (Spain), Yamal Din ( Spain), Jacinto Garcia Rodriguez (Spain), Diego Canca (Spain), Omar Ibrahim (France), Mai Alnouri (Kuwait), Xaverio Munoz (Spain), Jose Ignacio Gili Guillen (Spai), Andres Rueda (Spain), Rifaae Al Rifaae (Austria), Ahmad Talaa (Syria/Turkey), Ahlam Ismail (Tunisia), Hela Hdhili (Tunisia), Mohamed Grocery (Morocco), Salwa Al Aydi (Tunisia), Manuel Lecrin (Spain), JMMoreno (Spain)