From 13 January to 3 April 2011 – Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris

The drawings and videos of the committed feminist Turkish artist Inci Eviner, approach the subject of women torn between two cultures, East and West by witnessing rapid changes that are transforming our societies. The seductive ambiguity of these images is revealed in the subjects she explores, creating a strange universe, tinted by dreams and nightmares, where the unconscious takes over reality.
Inci Eviner was born in Polatlı (Turkey) in 1956, lives and works in Istanbul, Turkey. Holds a Bachelors and Masters degree from the State Academy of Fine Arts in Istanbul. Conducted several artists residencies on several prestigious institutions including the Rockefeller Foundation in Bellagio (2000); The International Studio and Curatorial Program in New York (2004), Group Program LEUBE for artists in residence in Salzburgo (2005), and the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris (2008). Has exhibited her work at the Nev Gallery (Istanbul), Monique Goldstrom Gallery (New York), Mizuma (Tokyo), and the Deutche Museum in Berlin. Participated in the Biennales of Shangai, Istanbul and Venice.

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