Back with its second edition, CI Bloom promises art lovers a different experience. As a showcase of Turkish galleries only, the fair will be taking place at the Rumeli Hall of the Lütfi Kırdar Convention and Exhibition Center between 1-4 June right after the preview on 31 May.

What makes CI Bloom interesting is the opportunity to discover Turkish artists. Autumn is a busy time in the art scene, often leaving us in a dilemma as to which opening to rush to.

By preferring Spring for the event, CI Bloom is a great compact fair with much to discover.

Contemporary Art Galleries taking part in CI Bloom are:

Ambidexter, İstanbul; Anna Laudel, İstanbul, Düsseldorf; Art On, İstanbul; Bozlu Art Project, İstanbul; C.A.M, İstanbul; Den Art, Antalya; Dirimart, İstanbul; Galeri 77, İstanbul; Galeri Bosfor, İstanbul; KAIROS, İstanbul; Krank Art Gallery, İstanbul; Martch Art Project, İstanbul; Öktem Aykut, İstanbul; Pg Art Gallery, İstanbul; Pi Artworks, İstanbul, London; Piramid Sanat, İstanbul; Sanatorium, İstanbul; Sevil Dolmacı Art Gallery, İstanbul; Simbart Projects, İstanbul; SODA, İstanbul; Taksim Sanat, Istanbul, X-ist, İstanbul; Zilberman, İstanbul, Berlin.

Den Art, Galeri Bosfor, Kairos and Simbart Projects are the young galleries that are making their debuts at CI Bloom this year. Contemporary Istanbul Chairperson Ali Güreli is pleased to see an increase in the number of new galleries that contribute to Turkey’s contemporary art scene in 2022 and 2023.

Sanayi313 PAPER team is busy doing interviews with the new participants of CI Bloom in preparation to introduce Den Art, Galeri Bosfor, Kairos and Simbart Projects.