Ahmet Ögüt

‘What triggered the initiation of the Association of Musical Marxists?’

By Ahmet Öğüt


25 Nov
28 Jan

Kirsty Bell, Ahmet Öğüt, Ming Wong and Slavs and Tatars share their highlights of the coming year’s shows: can we break with art-business as usual?

Mining the history of political insurrection of its host city, a biennial focusing on links between East and West

By Emily McDermott

In a new series that sees artists discuss unfinished projects, Ahmet Öğüt introduces the Unconditional Basic Income Lounge

By Ahmet Öğüt

Kunsthalle Mainz, Germany

By Kate Sutton

Playlist - 24 Aug 2015

Zelimir Zilnik's 'Black Film' to Barış Manço & Kurtalan Ekspres's 'Dönence'

Bakunin’s Barricade, 2015, mixed media, dimensions variable; loan contract stipulating that the barricade may be requested and deployed during economic, social, political or transformative moments and social movements; and works from the Van Abbemuseum collection including the following paintings: René Daniëls, Grammofoon, 1978; Marlene Dumas, The View, 1992; Asger Jorn, Le monde Perdu, 1960; Oskar Kokoschka, Augustusbrücke Dresden, 1923; Fernand Léger, Une Chaise, un pot de fleurs, 2 bouteilles, 1951; El Lissitzky, Proun P23, No. 6, 1919; Pablo Picasso, Nature morte à la bougie, 1945; Jan Vercruysse, Schöne Sentimenten, 1988. Courtesy: the artist and Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven; photograph: Peter Cox

Sam Thorne discusses activism, collaboration and the uses of absurdity with Ahmet Öğüt

By Sam Thorne
Ahmet Öğüt, Bakunin’s Barricade, 2014, including paintings by Marlene Dumas, El Lissitzky and Pablo Picasso

Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

By Vivian Sky Rehberg

A survey of recently founded artist-run art academies and education programmes

By Sam Thorne

‘Or Whistle Spontaneously’ is an invitation to act, even if you are doomed to lose

By Roma Clemie

Independent publishing has seen a boom in new imprints, often designed by artists, of classic novels and ‘lost’ books

By Michael Bracewell