A free tour of Freedom has no script with the artist, Burak Delier.
Burak Delier’s exhibition at Rivington Place explores the relationship between capitalism and art, balancing seriousness and wit to critique society in a way that is relevant to his native Turkey and beyond.
Find out more about the artist, his work and his ideas about politics, patronage, artistic practice, economy and corporate culture when you join him for this tour.
‘I think humour is the main weapon of struggle against power and capitalism. It may not help us win, but it can save our souls… and this is already an accomplishment.’ Burak Delier
‘A fascinating look at freedom and creativity’
‘A pretty good show… Worth seeing again’
‘Really enjoyed Burak Delier at Iniva – the corporate world doing yoga, trading gallery cash on the stock market etc. Go see it!’
Due to the popularity of the first tour, another tour will take place on 3 April 2014 at 6:30 pm.
Book your FREE place online or call Rivington Place on 0207 749 1246.
About the artist: Burak Delier (born 1977) is an artist who explores capitalism through contemporary art. Delier studied Fine Art at the University of Marmara and the University of Yildiz. He has had solo exhibitions in Istanbul at PILOT and OUTLET and taken part in group exhibitions across Europe. His work was shown at the Taipei Biennial in 2008 and 2010 and the Istanbul Biennial in 2005 and 2007. He also had a show at PILOT during the 2013 Istanbul Biennial entitled Play your Part and the script will follow. Delier lives and works in Istanbul. This is his first showing in London and the UK.