ILLUSTRATIONS
 
Mürşide İçmeli,
C3+C5+X, (135X95), 1999
Hayati Misman,
C3, (70X75), 1999
Hasan Pekmezci,
C3,(130X80),'99
Hasip Pektaş,
C5, (100X80), 1995
 
 
 
 
Şükrü Ertürk,
C2+C5(80X105),2001
Salih Denli,
C3 + C5, (90x70), 1999
Müjde Ayan,
X3, (105X105), 2000
Gökhan Okur,
X3 (55X125),1996
 
 
 
 
Nazan Tekbaş Tanyu,
C3+C5,(70X65), '95
Müjde Ayan,
CGD, (120x100), 2002
Sema Ilgaz Temel,
C3+C5 (110X70), 1997
İlknur Dedeoglu,
X3, (85X90), 1998
 
 
 
 
İsmail Kaya,
CAD (75X110) 1999
Erol Olcay,
C5(115X130), 1999
Nazan Erkmen,
MT (150X140), 1998
Sevgi Can Pekmezci,
CRD, (65X90), 2001
 
 
 
 
Ali Dogan,
S, (100X145), 2001
Gülbin Koçak,
S (100X150),2001
Ercan Tuna
CRD (80X110),2001
Serpil G. Kaptan,
X3, (80X90), 2001
 
 
 
 
Özden Pektaş Turgut,
X3, (80X80), 1999
Bahar Şener,
X5, (90X90),1998
A. Aydın Kaptan,
S, (70X65), 1999
Musa Köksal,
X3, (100X12x),1999
 
 
 
 
Şule Atılgan,
X3, (110X110), 2001
Erol Turgut,
X3, (110X90), 1999
Fevziye Eyigor,
C3+C5, (60x60), 2002
Mine Sarac,
S, (100X150), 2001
 
 
 
 
Namık Kemal Sarikavak,
CRD (90X90) 2002
Zülfikar Sayin,
CAD, (95X95),1997
Mehmet Aslan,
X3, (120X130),1999
Ercan Tuna,
C3+C5 (65X95),1996
 
 
 
 
Serdar Tuna,
CAD, (75X95), 2001
Reyhan Elbirliler,
X3 (100x80), 2002
Mehmet Aydogdu,
TNC, (105X150),1999
Sevgi Can Pekmezci
CRD (70X75) 2001
 
 
 
 
Elif VAROL Ergen,
CAD, (95X90), 1998
Hakan Erkam,
S, (35X65),1996
Mine G. Okur,
CGD (50X100) 2001
Ali Kilic,
T+CAD, (40X30),1999
 
 
 
 
Seydi Murat Koc,
C3, (71x71), 2002
Gökhan Okur,
X3 (40X105),2001
Ali Dogan,
S, (40X75), 2001
Ali Tomak,
C3+C5 (50X115) 1999
 
 
 
 
Mustafa Okan,
S2 105X85), 2001
Dinçer Pilgir
S1 (105X140) 1999
Filiz Aygenç
CGD
 
Berna Özlem Ozcan
X3 (80X100) 2002
 
 
 

 

Illustrations

Online Exhibitions 

1st International Ex libris Competition Ankara 2003

2nd International Ex libris Competition Ankara 2007

Contemporary Printmakings and Ex-libris Turkey

33. FISAE International Ex-libris Comp. - İstanbul 2010

Exhibition of International Ex-libris Collections - İstanbul 2010

Exhibition of Souvenir Pictures Congresses- İstanbul 2010


Old Books with Ex-libris Stamps - İstanbul 2010

Dialog: Daily News Project Istanbul 2008

Daily News Project 3

The Most Important
Ex-libris Museums

by Benoit Junod

The most important ex-libris museums are Frederikshavn, the Gutenberg Museum, the Sint Niklaas Museum, the Moscow Museum, the Museo Exlibris Mediterraneo in Italy, the Shanghai Fuxihanzhai Ex-libris Museum, the Nancy Library in France, the Ex-libris Centre in Bulgaria and the Lewych Museum in Odessa. The Frederikshavn has over 1 million ex-libris covering the whole history of the art; Gutenberg and Sint Niklaas have about 800,000; Moscow has about the same but with accent on Russian ex-libris. The MEM collection is smaller (based on Palmirani’s fantastic collection), but it is an active organizer of competitions, conferences, exhibitions, etc. which many of the others (except Sint Niklaas) don’t.
However, to these museums, it would be necessary to add the many very important collections which are in public institutions (libraries, graphic collections and museums) which are open to the public and works can be consulted. There are maybe 15 in Britain (of which the celebrated Franks Collection in the British Museum), close to 20 in Germany, about 5 in France, the same in the USA and in Austria (including the famous National Library collection which Claudia Karoly deals with). In Russia, both the Pushkin Museum in Moscow (Nadya Derkach) and the Hermitage in St. Petersburg have very important collections (the latter is said to have the best collection of early German ex-libris in the world). But maybe the highest concentration of public collections is in Switzerland – about 25, of which two in Geneva, five in Basel!
August 27, 2008

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