20 November 2012
Haluk Akakçe (b. 1970)
(i) Relations 1
(ii) Relations 2
(iii) Relations 3
(iv) Relations 4
(i) (iv) ink, stamping ink and PVC foil collage on paper
(ii) ink on paper
(iii) ink and stamping ink on paper
each: 12¾ x 17 5/8in. (32.3 x 44.7cm.)
Executed in 1998 (4)
Maçka Modern Art Gallery, Istanbul.
Acquired from the above by the present owner.
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Istanbul, Borusan Center for Culture and Arts, Hands to Work, Mind to God, 2004.
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