Anne Wölk Visual Artist

Selected Projects 2005-2017

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<p>Small Faces,
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Large Sizes
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installation view "Small Faces, Large Sizes", Copyright Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art, Istanbul, Turkey
<p>Small Faces,
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Large Sizes
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installation view "Small Faces, Large Sizes", Copyright Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art, Istanbul, Turkey
<p>Small Faces,
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Large Sizes
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DogGirl, 2005, oil, acrylic and aerosol on canvas, 250 x 200 cm, 98.4 x 78.7 inch
<p>Small Faces,
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Large Sizes
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installation view "Small Faces, Large Sizes", Copyright Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art, Istanbul, Turkey
<p>Small Faces,
<br>
Large Sizes
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<br></p>
installation view "Small Faces, Large Sizes", Copyright Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art, Istanbul, Turkey
<p>Small Faces,
<br>
Large Sizes
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<br></p>
installation view "Small Faces, Large Sizes", Copyright Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art, Istanbul, Turkey
<p>Small Faces,
<br>
Large Sizes
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<br></p>
installation view "Small Faces, Large Sizes", Copyright Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art, Istanbul, Turkey

Small Faces,
Large Sizes

20 January - 13 March 2015


Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art,
Maslak, Meydan Sokak
Beybi Giz Plaza
B Blok 34398 Istanbul, Turkey

group show with:
Robert Rauschenberg, Stephan Balkenhol, Jonathan Meese, Xavier Veilhan,
Anne Wölk...

Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art
http://www.elgizmuseum.org

press release:

When "lively ones" - beings that are born and die - become the theme of an exhibition, is the "face expression" and the subject of liveliness close to reality? Is this expression exaggeratedly large? Or is it clearly smaller - in terms of its measures, which might be one of the most important components of the feeling that would like to be transmitted. Based on this thought, a selection from the collection was chosen.
The first characteristic of the most important works of art history, even if from afar, is an ability to draw in the viewer, thereby claiming an ambassadorial role. It can be said that these ambassadors charm the viewer and pull one towards them - one comes "eye to eye" with "small faces" and is inclined, if not ready, to look at "large sizes" from the lowest to the highest perspectives...
As the viewer walks towards an artwork, an archive of memories opens and one begins to question the artist's source(s) of influence, opens, or leaves open doors to new interpretations of works placed in contrasting poles.

MEZZANINE

In 2015, the Elgiz Museum presents the "MEZZANINE" as a more integrative and qualitative exhibition space, by applying light, and using the office corridors between the two separate areas to show works of specific size. Taking the "TRIANGLE" at the museum entrance and the "TERRACE" on the rooftop into account, the "MEZZANINE" is the third new space inside the museum. The "MEZZANINE" covers 160 square meters and stands as a second, independent exhibition area from the "TEMPORARY EXHIBITION SPACE" downstairs.


It is open to independent, thematic exhibitions or becomes the extension of the "TEMPORARY EXHIBITION SPACE" which gives it an altogether unifying and enriching character.

1915 - 2015

The museum commemorates two pioneers of Turkish contemporary painting with their work for their centennial:
Cihat Burak and Nuri Iyem.

The artists whose works are shown in this exclusive exhibition are:
Adnan Turani, Anne Wölk, Áron Zsolt Majoros, Asli Torcu, Azade Köker, Bedri Baykam, Burhan Dogançay, Burhan Uygur, Cihat Burak, Çagdas Erçelik, Ebru Alpagut, Ergin Inan, Ferhat Özgür, Habip Aydogdu, Hakan Bakir, Hakan Gürsoytrak, Hakki Anli, Halil Vurucuoglu, Hande Sekerciler, Hasim Nur Gürel, Ihsan Oturmak, Jacqueline Fraser, Jacqueline Roditi, Jonathan Meese ...


... Komet, Lea Asja Pagenkemper, Levent Morgök, Luca Zampetti, Mahmut Aydin, Mehmet Güleryüz, Melisa Mizrakli, Murat Pulat, Mustafa Ata, Nancy Atakan, Neriman Polat, Nuri Iyem, Özlem Günyol, Paul Hodgson, Robert Rauschenberg, Sean Henry, Selma Gürbüz, Stephan Balkenhol, Senol Yorozlu, Tomur Atagök, Volkan Kiziltunç, Wolfgang Petrick and Xavier Veilhan