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Artinternational announces line-up for "By The Waterside" 2015
Paul Schwer, Billboard Painting Series, 2008. Photo: PI ARTWORKS, Istanbul.

ISTANBUL.- Artinternational announces the works selected for By the Waterside, the fair’s dedicated sculpture terrace spanning the length of the Haliç Congress Center’s waterfront on Istanbul’s historic Golden Horn.

Nine works have been chosen for the third year running by Artinternational's selection committee from applications by the fair’s participating galleries.

This year By the Waterside will include works by acclaimed artists including Rada Boukova, Guldo Casaretto, Yerbossyn Meldbekov, Ichwan Noor, Stefan Nikolaev, Javier Pérez, Paul Schwer, Walid Sitl and Chen Wenling

Fair Director Dyala Nusseibeh said “We are always excited to see the new proposals from galleries for this section. For our next edition, By the Waterside will continue to engage, delight and surprise visitors, offering challenging works from established and emerging artists. The pier is one of the greatest strengths of the venue, overlooking the Golden Horn with magnificent views. The sculptures shown By the Waterside bring this area to life and in this unique setting, the works are presented to their best advantage.’

By the Waterside spans the length of the Haliç Congress Center’s waterfront. The third edition of Artinternational takes place from 5-6th September 2015.

Artworks featured in By The Waterside:

• RADA BOUKOVA, ‘Low resolution’, 2009 - SARIEV CONTEMPORARY, Plovdiv

• GUIDO CASARETTO, ‘Default Onice’, 2005 - GALERI ZILBERMAN, Istanbul

• YERBOSSYN MELDIBEKOV, ‘Transformer’, 2015 - ASPAN GALLERY, Almaty

• ICHWAN NOOR, ‘The Beetle Sphere’, 2013 – DIRIMART, Istanbul

• STEFAN NIKOLAEV, ‘I Hate America and America Hates me’, 2013 – SARIEV CONTEMPORARY, Plovdiv

• JAVIER PÉREZ, ‘Rosario (Memento Mori)’, 2008 – 2009 - GALERIA CARLES TACHÉ PROJECTS, Barcelona

• PAUL SCHWER, ‘Billboard Painting Series’, 2008 – PI ARTWORKS, Istanbul

• WALID SITI, ‘The Tower’, 2015 – GALERI ZILBERMAN, Istanbul

• CHEN WENLING, ‘The City Bull’, 2012 – DIRIMART, Istanbul

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