Moni Salim Özgilik, "Bedrettin Cömert'e İthaf", 1995-1996, Brooklyn, New York - Moni Salim Özgilik, "Homage to Bedrettin Cömert", 1995-1996, Brooklyn, New York
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Title
Moni Salim Özgilik, "Bedrettin Cömert'e İthaf", 1995-1996, Brooklyn, New York - Moni Salim Özgilik, "Homage to Bedrettin Cömert", 1995-1996, Brooklyn, New York
Creator
Moni Salim Özgilik
Description
Sanatçı bu işini Batı merkezli sanat tarihi yazımına tepki olarak üretti. H.H. Arnason'un "History of Modern Art" kitabından yırtıp buruşturduğu sayfaları bir tabaka deriye sardı. Sayfalar deri üzerine açılmış bir pencereden gözüküyordu. - The work was triggered by a reaction to the canonization of Western art history. The artist tore out the pages of H.H. Arnason's "History of Modern Art" and wrapped them in a leather sheet. They could be seen through a window into the leather.  
Issue Date
1995
1996
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https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/207912
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