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SERKAN ÖZKAYA

MyMoon, 2015

4 × 6 in
10.2 × 15.2 cm
Unique
$250
Location
New York, Roma
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About the work
Postmasters Gallery
New York, Roma

MyMoon is digital public artwork by Serkan Ozkaya accessible through the smart phone via MyMoon …

MyMoon is digital public artwork by Serkan Ozkaya accessible through the smart phone via MyMoon app. Download: iTunes: http://apple.co/1R82S7A & Android: http://bit.ly/1K6HBaa

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SERKAN ÖZKAYA
Turkish, b. 1973
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Often working outside traditional art spaces, Serkan Ozkaya engages in a wide-ranging practice that includes performative displays, public sculpture, and conceptual gestures referring to art history and literature. His work frequently questions the nature of artistic reproduction; his work David (2012) re-created Michelangelo’s sculpture at two times the size. His ongoing “Dear Sir or Madam” series documents his correspondence to galleries and curators. With strange requests such as “Can I hang the Mona Lisa upside down?” the letters evidence the humor at the heart of Ozkaya’s work.

SERKAN ÖZKAYA, ‘MyMoon’, 2015, Postmasters Gallery
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About the work
Postmasters Gallery
New York, Roma

MyMoon is digital public artwork by Serkan Ozkaya accessible through the smart phone via MyMoon …

MyMoon is digital public artwork by Serkan Ozkaya accessible through the smart phone via MyMoon app. Download: iTunes: http://apple.co/1R82S7A & Android: http://bit.ly/1K6HBaa

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Other
SERKAN ÖZKAYA
Turkish, b. 1973
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Often working outside traditional art spaces, Serkan Ozkaya engages in a wide-ranging practice that includes performative displays, public sculpture, and conceptual gestures referring to art history and literature. His work frequently questions the nature of artistic reproduction; his work David (2012) re-created Michelangelo’s sculpture at two times the size. His ongoing “Dear Sir or Madam” series documents his correspondence to galleries and curators. With strange requests such as “Can I hang the Mona Lisa upside down?” the letters evidence the humor at the heart of Ozkaya’s work.

SERKAN ÖZKAYA

MyMoon, 2015

4 × 6 in
10.2 × 15.2 cm
Unique
$250
Location
New York, Roma
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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