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Events | May 24, 2009 |

Kurye International Video Festival
June 2-12, 2009

This year, Kurye International Video Festival will take place under its own name and with its new structure at Aksanat between June 2-12. This year, by starting a cooperation with one of the most important art institutions of  Turkey-Aksanat, Kurye is taking yet another big step towards becoming the most notable video festival of Turkey and in a couple of years one of the most notable festivals of the world.
The main aim of Kurye International Video Festival is to promote Istanbul as a center of attraction as a festival scene by focusing on the rising stars of the contemporary art world – video art and new media. It also strives to set a new standard in terms of festival organization in Istanbul by working with a team of young and expert organizers and by putting sustainability before easy profit and to act as an example for the use of alternative and creative organizational techniques in order to enliven the field of video art. Click here to download the complete event guide.

.organizer Kurye International Video Festival
.partner Luca Curci – International Art Expo (Italy)
.place Akbank Sanat, Bilgi University Santral Campus and Talimhane Theater – Istanbul, Turkey 

.artists
Carolina Oliver
. Brasil |Sara Monacelli . Italy/UK | Luca Curci . Italy | Nadia Perrotta . Italy | Alison Williams . South Africa | Perypezye Urbane . Italy | Izumi Chiaraluce . Italy | Verica Kovacevska . UK/Macedonia | Joas Sebastian Nebe . Germany | Rui Mourao . Portugal | Denise Prince . USA | Anna Gryczka . Poland | Nervo&Tes . Italy | Nat Wilms . Italy | Patricia Ward . UK | Dominic Gagnon . Canada | Ruth Schreiber . Israel | Lucia Flego . Italy | Mauricio Mayorga . Colombia

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