Deniz Eroğlu‘s This city on the seashore, they say it is built of marble will be presented at Frankfurt am Main gallery in Berlin, with an opening reception on November 15. The show will run to December 13.
The exhibition is itself informed by an anecdote by Mustafa Eroğlu who is proud of decorating his house in the Turkish style – from a handmade carpet, furniture to kitchen stuffs. A lengthy, voyeuristic like text from Proust’s Swan’s Way accompanies the press release. The interplay between the public and the private, suggest an exhibition and an artist comfortable exploring notions and operations of place, identity and memory.
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