23–26 April 2020
Skrapan
Götgatan 78
118 30 Stockholm
23–26 April 2020
Skrapan
Götgatan 78
118 30 Stockholm

CARAVANSARAI

Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul, Turkey
caravansarai.info

Caravansarai is an independent art production space and meeting point for creators in Istanbul, Turkey.

Just as the historical caravansarais hosted camel caravans along the Silk Road, we invite creative people – with or without camels – from around the globe for collaboration, experimentation, research and exchange.

Our building is home to workshops, investigation, public and private events, collaborations and an artist-in-residence program. Beyond Istanbul, inspired thinkers from everywhere participate virtually and physically in the projects we incite.

We welcome visual artists, filmmakers, musicians, scientists, circus performers, architects, choreographers, curators, writers, artisans, urban theorists and all manner of creative people.

Caravansarai is an artist-run business adventure, exploring the integration of art and culture into the flow of every-day life. Because of this, it is also what we (Julie and Anika) call ourselves when working together on our own personal art projects.

Caravansarai is an independent art production space and meeting point for creators in Istanbul, Turkey.

Just as the historical caravansarais hosted camel caravans along the Silk Road, we invite creative people – with or without camels – from around the globe for collaboration, experimentation, research and exchange.

Our building is home to workshops, investigation, public and private events, collaborations and an artist-in-residence program. Beyond Istanbul, inspired thinkers from everywhere participate virtually and physically in the projects we incite.

We welcome visual artists, filmmakers, musicians, scientists, circus performers, architects, choreographers, curators, writers, artisans, urban theorists and all manner of creative people.

Caravansarai is an artist-run business adventure, exploring the integration of art and culture into the flow of every-day life. Because of this, it is also what we (Julie and Anika) call ourselves when working together on our own personal art projects.

“CaravansarAID Hospital”, digital photograph
Exhibition view, Supermarket 2011, photo: Jens Wrange