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Following her retrospective, "A Universe of Ceramics / 1965 - 2002", exhibited in the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts, Alev Ebüzziya's 13 blue glazed pots compiled from her own collection and other private collections are displayed in Kasa Gallery's exhibition. This exposition--organization by Haldun Dostoglu and architectural design by Nevzat Sayin--is her second single color themed exhibition. The exhibition is visited between September 18 to November 6.

Alev Ebüzziya Siesbye

Having lived abroad for a long time, Alev Ebüzziya Siesbye's work has been exhibited in various centers of the world among which are Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Amsterdam, Paris, Los Angeles, New York, Stockholm, London, Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Köln, Brussels, Ankara, and Istanbul. She has opened numerous individual exhibitions and attended selected group exhibitions.

Between 1975 and 1990, Ebüzziya worked for Rosenthal Company and she has been carrying on her profession as a designer for Royal Copenhagen Factory since 1984.

Her work is in legion museum collections among which are Kunstindustrimuseet (Kopenhag), Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen (Rotterdam), City Museum (Helsinki), National Museum (Stockholm), Museum of Decorative Arts (Köln), Victoria and Albert Museum (Londra), Kunst Museum (Aarhus), Palmer Museum of Art (Pennsylvania), State University (Pennsylvania), Museum of Decorative Arts (Ghent), Hetjens Museum (Düsseldorf), Museum of Decorative Arts (Hamburg), Kestner Museum (Hannover), Danish State Art Foundation (Kopenhag), Musée Bellerive (Zürih), Wuttembergische Landesmuseum (Stuttgart), Vestlandisk Kunstindustri Museet (Bergen), Coburg Museum (Coburg), County Museum of Art (Los Angeles), F.N.A.C. for Musée des Arts Décoratifs (Paris), Kunst Industri Museum (Oslo), Cooper Hewit Museum (New York), Royal Scottish Museum (Edinburg), Ulster Museum (Belfast) and Devlet Resim Heykel Müzesi (Ankara).

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