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Özlem Altin

Özlem Altin’s artistic practice encompasses installations, photographs, collages and paintings. Working from a personal collection of pictures, she contrasts the commonalities and contradictions of the used images. Mostly they are found pictures taken from books, magazines or the internet and they feature the human body in states of exhaustion, passivity and dissolving subjectivity. Altin juxtaposes and combines the images with her own paintings, along with other objects, in order to create spatial installations that confront her viewers.

Among others, recent solo exhibitions of Özlem Altin include Witte de With in Rotterdam; Leopold–Hoesch–Museum in Düren; and the Fondazione Morra Greco in Naples. Her work was also shown in several group exhibitions at venues such as Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin; Kunsthalle Wien in Vienna; and Wiels in Brussels.

Altin also founded Orient Press in Berlin.

You can discover more works of Özlem Altin on her own website.