Mine Kaplangi completes curatorial residency

The Glucksman was pleased to welcome Mine Kaplangı as the Nicholas Fox Weber Curatorial Fellow for our September 2019 residency.

Mine is the co-founder of Collective Çukurcuma and worked as an artist representative and curator at BLOK art space, Istanbul between 2014-18. She received her bachelor degree in Philosophy at Istanbul University and MA (Certificate Program) in Philosophy of Arts & Aesthetics at Bologna University. She is also working as a freelance editor for online contemporary art platform Artfridge.

“It was such a privilege to spend the last two weeks in Cork thanks to Glucksman's Nicholas Fox Weber Curatorial Residency programme. Not only I have met local art practitioners and visited many artists at their studios, but I was also able to meet many of the program directors of local art institutions and pioneer names for the Cork art scene such as the artist Maud Cotter. It was wonderful to share our collective's work and vision with the local scene and university students and hear their critics and suggestions on other possibilities for collective curatorial experiments and the future of collaborative practices.”

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