Nasan Tur’s work delves deeply into both direct and indirect commentary on conflicts and the failures of ideologies, engaging with various social struggles. Despite their profound political and social themes, his works often carry a touch of humor. Tur questions established stereotypes and explores how individuals reinvent realities in their own unique ways. Through the reexamination of cultural narratives, he exposes individuals to the often painful structures inherited from both the present and the past.
Located close to the Acropolis of Athens and Philopappou Hill, Callirrhoë is an exhibition space for contemporary art, a hybrid model between an art association and a gallery. Living in an era of change, there is a plethora of terms that are taken for granted. Questions like who they are; who we are; and who gets to be the narrator of our times; are resurfacing. The exhibition program is revolving around these issues and aims at reinforcing our understanding of how society is affected by art, how art enhances a collective way of thinking and how memory could be formed through it.
Kallirrois 122, 117 41 Athens - Greece