Exhibist is currently the only independent, non-profit English-language print magazine focusing on contemporary art from Turkey and is sold internationally at more than 25 locations across Europe, North America and Asia.
Every issue, printed quarterly, includes extensive features on up-and-coming Turkish artists, curators, collector or other cultural agents, together with analytical essays, all tied into a certain topic, covered from both a local and international perspective.
Published in January 2017, Issue 11 has a special focus on New Media Art.
The magazine features interviews with media theorist and curator Ebru Yetişkin and Kristoffer Gansing, artistic director of transmediale festival.
The current issue includes an essay by Ceylan Önalp titled ‘A Journey Through Time in Turkey’s New Media Art Scene’ featuring Ayşe Gül Süter, Ebru Kurbak, Can Büyükberber and Nihat Karataşlı and a selection of texts and projects from ‘The 3D Additivist Cookbook’ edited by Daniel Rourke and Morehshin Allahyari: Daniel Rourke’s ‘Becoming Horror in The Plasticene’; A Parede’s ‘Cheat Sheet for a Non- (or Less-) Colonialist Speculative Design’; Marija Bozinovska Jones + IYDES’ ‘Echoes of Earth: The Rocks of Us’; Symrin Chawla’s ‘Blood Bath’ curated by Browntourage for the 3D Additivist Cookbook
The magazine introduces established artists working in the field of new media from Turkey such as Ali Miharbi, Erdal Inci, NOHlab, Pınar Yoldaş, Burak Arıkan and Refik Anadol and the work of artists and collectives such as Memo Akten, Selçuk Artut, Büşra Tunç, Ouchhh, DECOL, Iskele47, Osman Koç, Bager Akbay, Zeynep Nal Sezer, Uğur Engin Deniz, Epitome and Ozan Türkkan.