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Ocula.com's positive response to Curse of the Forever Sultan during CI 2018


"...In general, there was good kitsch, like Anna Laudel Contemporary's showcase of Sarp Kerem Yavuz's neon-rendered skeleton figures representing Ottoman military and court figures from the 18th and 19th centuries, including a belly dancer and a soldier on horseback. These form part of the series titled 'Curse of the Forever Sultan' (2018), which pays tribute to the 1997 video game The Curse of Monkey Island—the gallery featured more of these neon characters in an impressive off-site exhibition concurrent to the fair at the historic Hüsrev Kethüda Hamam."

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