October 26-December 3, 2016

Opening: Wednesday, October 26  18:00-21:00

Cuban artist Camilo Guevara March will hold a solo show, which combines photography and installation at the Piramid Sanat

TABÙ, which presents us the mystery of the female body and identity with photography and installation, appears in front of us with a remarkable presentation, far beyond the estimations.

The TABÙ project, upon which the artist has worked for many years, will be shown for its world premiere in Istanbul. The exhibition will travel to several countries after this initial start.

You will have the opportunity to become more acquainted with Camilo Guevara in the artist talk, which is going to be held during the exhibition.
October 29, Saturday  16:00-18:00 @Piramid Sanat
The panel discussion will be translated simultaneously. 
Also, a catalogue prefaced by Bedri Baykam will be published on the occasion of the exhibition.

About Camilo Guevara March: 
Camilo, who is one of the five children of the Argentinian revolutionary Che Guevara, was born in Havana, in 1962. He was named after Camilo Cienfuegos, who died in a plane crash the year of the Revolution and who was one of the three most important names of the Cuban Revolution alongside Fidel Castro and Che Guevara. 
Camilo Guevara studied law and took a special interest in photography. He opened seven solo exhibitions, some of which took place in Austria, Argentina, Dominican Republic, Cuba and Italy; he also attended seven group shows. He is one of the leading executives of the Che Center in Havana.

TABÙ can be visited in Piramid Sanat until 3rd of December.

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