ACROSS #22

Critic and curatorial residency program from Nice

Stay of Kevser Güler in March 2019

ACROSS #22 – March 2019


Kevser Guler
(1983, Turkey), curator and researcher based in Istanbul, has a background in engineering and philosophy.

Kevser Güler has been in the teams of recent exhibitions that include The Future of Ecology, Corridor Project Space, Amsterdam, 2018; Colony, the 2nd Contemporary Art Exhibition of Kaos GL Association, Istanbul, 2017; Ways Out from the World, Cappadox, Nevşehir, 2017; Let Us Cultivate Our Garden, Cappadox, Nevşehir, 2016; Living/Matter: In and Through, Proto5533, Istanbul, 2016; Cappadocia Struck, Cappadox, Nevşehir, 2015.

Kevser was a member of the Istanbul Biennial team between 2007–2014, working closely alongside curators Hou Hanru, WHW—What, How & for Whom, Jens Hoffmann and Adriano Pedrosa and Fulya Erdemci. She was also on the exhibition team of The Cities of Mediterranean: The biennials of art from Athens, Istanbul and Marrakech, co-curated by XYZ of the Athens Biennale, WHW and Abdellah Karoum in Sicily in 2010, and What Happens To The Hole When The Cheese Is Gone?, curated by WHW in Istanbul in 2010.

Since 2014, Kevser Güler has been working as a curatorial researcher for Arter, the contemporary art museum project of the Vehbi Koç Foundation in Istanbul to be opened by the Autumn 2019.