Rojo Ocho

November 9th, 2014 Posted by No Comment yet


 ARTIST: Various     CATEGORY: Group Exhibition      WHEN: July 02,2009


A true independent organization, founded by David Quiles Guilló in Barcelona in March 21st, 2001.ROJO’s mission statement is to create, promote and push positive forward-thinking contemporary art to a wider audience worldwide. ROJO headquarters are located in São Paulo, Brazil.


ROJO builds up its own creative networks to produce and coordinate self-generated medias, art projects and events. ROJO interacts directly with the most talented artists from around the world to deliver “on-demand” creative services for selected agencies, brands and cultural institutions.


This year, for the first time, Turkish talents will be presented in Rojo International Group Show. Ayşe Küçük, Bora Başkan, Gökhan Okur, Merve Morkoç and Ufuk Atan will tell their own stories.

Mateı Apostolescu

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 ARTIST: Matei Apostolescu     CATEGORY: Solo Exhibition      WHEN: May 13,2009


Matei Apostolescu is a freelance illustrator living in Bucharest, Romania. He started out as a graffiti artist and migrated from web design to illustration and most recently clay modeling and animation. Matei’s work, a fusion of different media: drawing, vector, photography, manipulation, even clay modeling, has been attracting constant attention and praise over the years, due largely to his ablity to turn what at first glance may appear to be pure randomness and chaos into a revealing and strangely soothing visual experience.


Rebecca Ward

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 ARTIST: Rebecca Ward     CATEGORY: Solo Exhibition      WHEN: September 03, 2009


My installations are site-specific works dependent upon the space they occupy. Utilizing existing lines, beams, and angles, each piece I create is informed by the individual site and its unique linear movement. Thus, my installations are inherently architectural. I choose patterns and shapes according to detailed measurements of the installation site. Ideally these patterns are numerically symmetrical or somehow numerically balanced, producing a dialogue between line and space.

Engin Öztekin

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 ARTIST: Engin Öztekin     CATEGORY: Solo Exhibition      WHEN: December 03,2009


İstanbul’da sokak sanatını benimseyen ilk sanat galerisi Milk, Aralık ayında Engin Öztekin’i ağırlıyor!

“Gayri Meşrutiyet” isimli sergide sanatçı, Osmanlı döneminden esinlenerek yarattığı kurgu dünyayı kendine özgü stiliyle yorumluyor. Geleneksel ve dijital tekniklerin bir arada kullanıldığı çalışmalar, Diagonal tarafından iç mekana uygun dijital fine art baskı tekniği ile gerçekleştirildi. Propaganda Istanbul’un destek verdiği sergide sanatçının 20’ye yakın sayıda çalışmasının yanı sıra özel olarak üretilmiş ve sınırlı sayıda basılmış tişörtleri, magnetleri ve rozetleri de yer alacak. Sergi 3 – 27 Aralık 2009 tarihleri arasında görülebilir.


1978 yılında Isparta’da doğan Engin Öztekin, üniversitede grafik tasarım eğitimini tamamladıktan sonra reklam sektöründe çalışmaya başladı. Bir yandan sanat çalışmalarına devam eden sanatçı en son İstanbul Laleler Heykel ve Tasarım Sergisi’nde yer aldı. Bugüne kadar Mavi Jeans, IF Istanbul, Studio Nommo gibi markalarla ortak projeler gerçekleştirdi. Ulusal ve ulusalararası platformda yarattığı karakterlerle adından sıkça söz ettirdi. Sanatçı halen Propaganda İstanbul’da sanat yönetmeni olarak çalışmaya devam etmektedir.


Ayşe Küçük

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 ARTIST: Ayşe Küçük     CATEGORY: Solo Exhibition      WHEN: April 02,2009


Milk Gallery hosts Ayse Kucuk’s first solo exhibition. “This Is My Beautiful Dream… Kiss Me” will entertain the artlovers between April 2nd and April 26th. Since 2007, Ayse Kucuk has exhibited her work in Turkey, Romania, Italy and [the] United States. In 2008, her work “Basement of Wonderland” led to her nomination as “The Best New Creative Talent” by young artist supporter Noise in Britain. Most notably, she has worked with Yoko Ono in New York City on a collective project titled “Dreamy Techniques” and her works have received critiques in NY Arts Magazine as well. While this personal exhibition is taking place, Ayşe Küçük’s works will also be exhibited in NYCity APW Gallery.

Interpreting Ayse Kucuk’s works is challenging, but if we consider her interest in contemporary philosophy, we might notice several aspects related to diverse elements such as sexuality, politics, art and language. Ayse Kucuk’s art, with its emphasis on dispersion and its topography of scattered elements, urges us to think in a new fashion in which we focus not on the whole, but on the struggle between different aspects of her work, each of which merit our attention. In Ayse Kucuk’s works, it is possible to recognize non-geometric lines, lines that could have been hands, lines that could have been faces, lines that could have been animals. Dispersion is not the dispersion of separate entities; entities are never scattered but the object is scattered in and out of itself: When the object becomes its could have been, it loses its identity but keeps insinuating the object. Only then we can talk about dispersion properly.The abstract essence of the object forces the object to a rapid transformation. It places the object in a constant flow and creates unstable entities (that remind of other objects) which then give rise to other objects that alter, mutate, mutilate the objects that has given rise to them. Lines define what Foucault would call the “desacralization of space”. They always escape : They escape the painting as much as they escape my words. I could never speak about lines.


You may find the opportunity to see her first personal exhibition; welcoming “This is My Beautiful Dream… Kiss Me”; in which she criticised her works with a mocking attitude remarking “I never wanted to wake up but was never afraid of awakening, either”


Meredıt Dıttmar

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 ARTIST: Meredit Dittmar     CATEGORY: Solo Exhibition      WHEN: March 05,2009


Meredith Dittmar is an artist living and playing in Portland OR. Born near Boston Mass, she grew up in a world of pet pigs, horses, hay-forts and spy games . Follow this with an education in computer science, a career in interactive design, a compulsive need to create, and a drive to Seek and you get the major elements of her person and work.


Her characters are frequently involved in quiet expressive moments, or lounge facing their audience so they can share their inner space. Dittmar believes it is this space we recognize in ourselves, and through convening in that space, the interconnectedness of all things is revealed. She sees the act of spontaneous artistic creation as part of a larger practice of being present, and a way to better understand herself and reality.


Dittmars human-animal-plant-energy amalgams contain threads of common elements and colors to express deep levels of union across themes of biology, technology, and consciousness.

eBoy eCıtıes

November 8th, 2014 Posted by No Comment yet


 ARTIST: eBoy     CATEGORY: Solo Exhibition      WHEN: February 05, 2009


İstanbul sticker, graffiti, video art, stencil ve digital art’ın uluslararası örneklerine odaklanan ilk galerisi MILK’le bugün Beyoğlu, Tünel’de 5 Şubat’ta yani bugün açılıyor! MILK’in ilk konuğu ise pixelart’in dahisi eBoy!
Popüler kültür, televizyon reklamları, Lego ve bilgisayar oyunlarından beslenerek ürettikleri işlerle piksel sanatının süperstarları olarak kabul edilen eBoy ekibinin MILK’de açacağı sergi, 1998’de kurulan kolektifin İstanbul’daki ilk sergisi.

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