Cengiz Çekil, “Saklı Işık”, “Toplu Sergi”, İzmir Türk-Amerikan Derneği, 1987 - Cengiz Çekil, “Clandestine Light”, “Joint Exhibit”, İzmir Turkish-American Association, 1987
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Title
Cengiz Çekil, “Saklı Işık”, “Toplu Sergi”, İzmir Türk-Amerikan Derneği, 1987 - Cengiz Çekil, “Clandestine Light”, “Joint Exhibit”, İzmir Turkish-American Association, 1987
Creator
Cengiz Çekil
Description
Sergiden görünüm, iş bilgisi: Beton blok, bez, floresan ampul, kablo, elektrik ekipmanı ve akımı, 130,5x130,5x26 cm - Installation view; work information: concrete slabs, fabric, fluorescent lamp, electrical equipment and electric current, 130.5x130.5x26 cm
Note
Bu iş önce “Dönüştürme-k”, sonraki aşamada ise “Saklı Işık” olarak adlandırıldı. - This work was titled as “Transform-ation” at first and as “Clandestine Light” at a later stage.
Issue Date
1987
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/50686
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Type
Identifier
CEKW049
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
Cengiz Çekil

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