Questions of Identity II

Presented by Students from CCA, Maramara University (Istanbul), & Accademia Belle Arti Rosario Gagliardi, Siracusa (Sicily)
February 13–22
Image Illustrated by Samantha Huang
151 Hubbell St
CCA Hubbell St Galleries
Free and open to the public
Opening reception: Thurs., Feb. 15, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Gallery hours: Feb. 13 - 22; Tue.-Sat., 12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
More info: Mariella Poli,
This international exhibition is the result of two CCA Diversity Program courses taught by Mariella Poli, one titled ‘Multiculturalism & Identity’, an exchange with Marmara University, Faculty of Fine Art, Istanbul, Turkey and Hybrid-ism & Multi-Ethnicity an exchange with MADE Program, Accademia Belle Arti Rosario Gagliardi, Siracusa, Sicily, Italy.
The exhibition features the artworks from an interdisciplinary and culturally diverse group of architects/artists/designers investigating current and historical dilemmas facing new immigrants and political/religious refugees as well as their influences on local and global culture in everyday life and their complex relationship to artistic and cultural production. Each body of work represents a unique perception according to one’s individual expertise, experience, vision and culture identity.
CCA: Mariella Poli
MUGSF: Inci Denis Ilgin, Seden Odabasioglu
MADE: Giuseppe Buzzota, Gabriella Ciancimino
Featured Artists
Saba Bagherzadeh Matanagh, Weston M. Borosky, Ephrata Deneke, Samantha Huang, Manasi B. Kshirsagar, Anrui (Avril) Li, Kento A. Mizuno, Christine E. O'Shaughnessy, Ye-ji Park, Cameron V. Putnam, Shaileenben M. Shah, Xuan (Karen) Song, Frida Ticehurst, Asil Taskinoglu, Dilan Ova, Gizem Keskin, Melis Yalcin, Ozlem Kale, Simay Sevincli, Sinem Ertam, Ulku Ayse Ozhan, Sofia R. Anastasi, Jacqueline A. Castillo, Po (Paul) Wei Chen, Lizzy Chipman, Fernanda Pena Vela, Trey J. Smith, Kian Talai, Tianqing (Tina)Wang, Elissa A. Welsh, Tianjie (Gary) Yu, Jiaqi (Grace)Yuan, Qichun (Kori) Zhang, Arianna Chimirri, Elia Quadarella, Genevieve Bellavance, Gordana Cusi, Laura Savastra, Miriana Ligresti.
Image Illustrated by Samantha Huang