Cartoonists breaking Stereotypes

 


  • Poster-Motive: Zeynep Özatalay
  • Hayati Boyaçıoğlu, Selam
  • Carivatura: Martin Sonntag, Armin Noll, Eva Tenzler
  • Tuncay Akgün, Kemal Aratan, Harem
  • Animation Film Serial "Tortor" by Tan Cemal Genç
  • Leyla Akgün, Selçuk Erdem
  • Ramize Erer
  • Tan Cemal Genç
  • İlhan Sayın, Tan Cemal Genç, Kurşun geçirmez Karikatürcü, Resistant against bullets Cartoonist
  • Selçuk Erdem, Serkan Altuniğne, Ramize Erer, Leyla Akgün, Tan Cemal Genç
  • Ramize Erer, Leyla Akgün, Tan Cemal Genç, Serkan Altuniğne, Selçuk Erdem

People in Germany and in Turkey share the doubt about the sense of humor regarding each other. The Cooperation between Caricatura in Kassel and Diyalog Derneği in İstanbul  aims to prove these views wrong. 

Art and War

A piece of art creates conflicts in the German Town of Dresden. Syrian-German artist Manaf Halbouni is using three real Busses as installation objects in front of the Frauenkirche.

Poisoned Century

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  • "A Poison Tree" is a poem written by William Blake, published in 1794.
  • This tiny blue ringed octopus is about the size of a golf ball. His Venom can cause blindness, nausea, paralysis and respiratory failure, as well as death.
  • The poison the dart frog’s glands contain is called batrachotoxin. This toxin blocks nerve signals to muscles, causing paralysis and death.
  • The Hooded Pitohui causes irritations an numbness if you just touch the feathers. Eating them without precautions isn't a good idea, it's the last supper.

Poison is a metaphor for immortal love in Rome and Juliet and for perfidious murder and betrayal in Hamlet- Prince of Denmark.