Çağla Nezehat Saraç
Born in 1970 in Ankara, Çağla Saraç received her BA in History from Concordia University, and MA in Museum Education from Ankara University.
Between 2000 and 2015 she taught courses in art history, art and cultural issues, curatorial studies and Turkish art at Bilkent University, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture. She realised exhibitions and workshops with artists and art students, planned and executed school and museum oriented programs for groups with learning difficulties. Village Institutions, Byzantine Art and Architecture, preservation and management of cultural heritage are among other study interests.
Çağla Saraç works as the Art Advisor to Dogus Group and serves as a board member for Ara Güler Doğuş Sanat ve Müzecilik A.Ş.
Born in Saida (Lebanon) 1966
lives and works in Beirut
Zaatari’s practice is tied to the practice of researching and studying existing documents. He is interested in looking at the present through a wealth of past photographic records. His work in film and photography reflects on the shifting nature of borders and the production and circulation of images in the context of the current political divisions in the Middle East. He is a co-founder of the Arab Image Foundation. He represented Lebanon at the Venice Biennial in 2013, and took part of Documenta13 in 20012. His recent Solo Exhibitions include MACBA, Barcelona 2017, Kunsthaus Zurich, 2016, Moderna Museet, Stockholm 2015, Salt, Istanbul 2014 and MoMA, NY 2013
His feature films include, Twenty-Eight Nights and A Poem, 2015 and This Day, 2003