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Serkan Özkaya

Serkan Özkaya (1973) is a Turkish-American conceptual artist whose work deals with topics of appropriation and reproduction. He typically operates outside of traditional art spaces and often makes multiple versions of even his own work, including his most noted work, David (inspired by Michelangelo). Özkaya’s artworks are held in the permanent collections of the İstanbul Museum of Modern Art and the Borusan Contemporary in Istanbul, as well as three different 21c Museum Hotels locations: Louisville, Kentucky; Bentonville, Arkansas; and Nashville, Tennessee.

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