DENİZ GÜL

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Deniz Gül (Izmir, 1982) is a conceptual sculptor and a writer living in Istanbul. The artist’s works have been featured in institutional exhibitions like the Istanbul Biennial, the Sharjah Biennial (2017) and she has shown at key galleries and museums such as Arter, Badischer Kunstverein, The Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Centre De Cultura Contemporania and Palais des Beaux Arts de Lille.
Gül’s significant books and exhibitions are Loyelow (2016), B.I.M.A.B.K.R.(2013), 5 Person Bufet (2011) and her latest novel is published by Norgunk. She has been featured in articles at Artnet News, Frieze Magazine, the Financial Times and Art in America.
Her latest work Meydan (2020), is the last fragment of Gul’s studies of the last ten years. The artist continues her research on language, action, sound, space and text with her upcoming piece Scratch and Surface.
Gül’s practice comprises how language performs as text, sculpture and space. The singularity of her practice lies in the thread she deploys in her works. They are artifacts of her conceptual, analytic and poetic approach. Her act, which could be registered as processes, refers to her engagement with time and material. Gül actualizes her works with the craftsmen/craftswomen she works with and operates in between the threshold of the concrete and the poetic, the visible and the invisible.

2020, Meydan, solo exhibition, Yapı Kredi Culture Arts and Publishing, Istanbul, Turkey
2020, Günlük Ritüeller, solo exhibition, Bilsart, Istanbul, Turkey
2019, Saat Kaç?, group exhibition, Arter, Istanbul, Turkey
2019, unspeakable home, enchanting companions, group exhibition, Badischer-Kunstverein, Karlsruhe, Germany
2019, etten kemikten, group exhibition, Operation Room, Istanbul, Turkey
2018, Uzun Hava, group exhibition, Ariel Sanat, Istanbul, Turkey
2018, Species of Spaces, group exhibition, ACUD, Berlin, Germany
2017, Ev, group exhibition, Evliyagil Museum, Ankara, Turkey
2017, 13. Sharjah Biennial, group exhibition, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
2017, House of Wisdom, group exhibition, Dzialdov, Berlin, Germany
2017, Odada Gergedan Yok!, group exhibition, Ariel Sanat, Istanbul, Turkey
2017, Göremediğimiz Tüm Işıklar, group exhibition, Galerist, Istanbul, Turkey
2017, Dünyadan Çıkış Yolları, Capadox ’17, group exhibition, Cappadocia, Turkey
2016, Loyelow, group exhibition, The Pill, Istanbul, Turkey
2016, Boşluk Antilop, Boşluk Hava, group exhibition, Ariel Sanat, Istanbul, Turkey
2015, 14th Istanbul Biennial, group exhibition, Istanbul, Turkey
2015, Reunion, group exhibition, Sakıp Sabancı Museum, Istanbul, Turkey
2013, B.I.M.A.B.K.R., solo exhibition, Galeri Mana, Istanbul, Turkey
2013, Trocadero, group exhibition, Nesrin Esirtgen Collection, Istanbul, Turkey
2012, Modes of Address, group exhibition, Salzburger Kunstverein, Salzburg, Austria
2011, 5 Kişilik Bufet, Arter, Istanbul, Turkey
2011, The Riot Act, group exhibition, Mor - Charpentier Gallery, Paris, France

Deniz Gül (Izmir, 1982) is a conceptual sculptor and a writer living in Istanbul. The artist’s works have been featured in institutional exhibitions like the Istanbul Biennial, the Sharjah Biennial (2017) and she has shown at key galleries and museums such as Arter, Badischer Kunstverein, The Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Centre De Cultura Contemporania and Palais des Beaux Arts de Lille.
Gül’s significant books and exhibitions are Loyelow (2016), B.I.M.A.B.K.R.(2013), 5 Person Bufet (2011) and her latest novel is published by Norgunk. She has been featured in articles at Artnet News, Frieze Magazine, the Financial Times and Art in America.
Her latest work Meydan (2020), is the last fragment of Gul’s studies of the last ten years. The artist continues her research on language, action, sound, space and text with her upcoming piece Scratch and Surface.
Gül’s practice comprises how language performs as text, sculpture and space. The singularity of her practice lies in the thread she deploys in her works. They are artifacts of her conceptual, analytic and poetic approach. Her act, which could be registered as processes, refers to her engagement with time and material. Gül actualizes her works with the craftsmen/craftswomen she works with and operates in between the threshold of the concrete and the poetic, the visible and the invisible.

2020, Meydan, solo exhibition, Yapı Kredi Culture Arts and Publishing, Istanbul, Turkey
2020, Günlük Ritüeller, solo exhibition, Bilsart, Istanbul, Turkey
2019, Saat Kaç?, group exhibition, Arter, Istanbul, Turkey
2019, unspeakable home, enchanting companions, group exhibition, Badischer-Kunstverein, Karlsruhe, Germany
2019, etten kemikten, group exhibition, Operation Room, Istanbul, Turkey
2018, Uzun Hava, group exhibition, Ariel Sanat, Istanbul, Turkey
2018, Species of Spaces, group exhibition, ACUD, Berlin, Germany
2017, Ev, group exhibition, Evliyagil Museum, Ankara, Turkey
2017, 13. Sharjah Biennial, group exhibition, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
2017, House of Wisdom, group exhibition, Dzialdov, Berlin, Germany
2017, Odada Gergedan Yok!, group exhibition, Ariel Sanat, Istanbul, Turkey
2017, Göremediğimiz Tüm Işıklar, group exhibition, Galerist, Istanbul, Turkey
2017, Dünyadan Çıkış Yolları, Capadox ’17, group exhibition, Cappadocia, Turkey
2016, Loyelow, group exhibition, The Pill, Istanbul, Turkey
2016, Boşluk Antilop, Boşluk Hava, group exhibition, Ariel Sanat, Istanbul, Turkey
2015, 14th Istanbul Biennial, group exhibition, Istanbul, Turkey
2015, Reunion, group exhibition, Sakıp Sabancı Museum, Istanbul, Turkey
2013, B.I.M.A.B.K.R., solo exhibition, Galeri Mana, Istanbul, Turkey
2013, Trocadero, group exhibition, Nesrin Esirtgen Collection, Istanbul, Turkey
2012, Modes of Address, group exhibition, Salzburger Kunstverein, Salzburg, Austria
2011, 5 Kişilik Bufet, Arter, Istanbul, Turkey
2011, The Riot Act, group exhibition, Mor - Charpentier Gallery, Paris, France

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