Özge Ersoy

Özge Ersoy is a writer and curator based in New York and Istanbul. Her research interests include the intersections between the visual arts and metanarratives, such as politics, national identity, and contemporaneity; as well as artist-centered organizations and philanthropic models for arts and culture in the Middle East. She received an MA from the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, NY, and holds a BA in Global and International Affairs from Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, and Binghamton University, NY. She recently edited How to Begin? Envisioning the Impact of Guggenheim Abu Dhabi which investigates the artistic, cultural, and social implications of the planned museum.

007.01 THOMAS KEENAN

Interview with Thomas Keenen by Ozge Orsoy, published March 24, 2011.
“I came to think that the most powerful critiques of photojournalism were these sorts of deviations, swirls, and divergences from within the practice ” Read more ›