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Sibel Kocabasi

Independent Art Consultant

Studio Schiff llc

HQ Phone:  (954) 804-7244

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Studio Schiff llc

4722 NW Boca Raton Blvd C106

Boca Raton, Florida,33431

United States

Company Description

Studio Schiff LLC is a recognized architecture, planning and interior design firm. We are licensed by the Florida State Board of Architecture and Interior Design and are DBE / CBE / MBE / WOSB and EDWOSB certified. Utilizing the latest BIM (Building Informatio...more

Background Information

Employment History

VSA Arts


Painting Teacher

The Armory Art Center


Instructor

Lighthouse Center for the Arts


Adjunct Professor

Palm Beach State College


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LIGHTHOUSE ArtCenter | Contemporary exhibition opening curated by local artist, Sibel Kocabasi *pending.


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In 1997, the artist Sibel Kocabasi invited me to participate in an exhibition she was curating at Istanbul's Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University.
Thinking of Istanbul I thought of the poet Rumi and his fellow Sufis, who have taught me much about surrendering to the unknown.


www.sun-sentinel.com

Artist and independent curator Sibel Kocabasi says her website, which typically averages 1,000 visits per year, recently got 30,000 views over the span of a few months.
The lure: Her call to artists for an open-air installation show. "Everybody was like click, click, click," she says. "Outside the Box," the resulting two-night exhibition outside Whitespace: The Mordes Collection in West Palm Beach, will feature 22 artists exhibiting works that include a 22-foot-high inflatable dress, a house, and short films projected onto the building's exterior walls. Kocabasi sought artists and performers whose works would interact with Whitespace's waterfront landscape. While a few of the pieces previously have been exhibited, Kocabasi says most are being made for this show. Organizing shows in alternative spaces isn't easy, but Kocabasi enjoys the challenge. Two years ago, she drew 400 people to a show in the back yard of her Lake Worth cottage. She has since presented exhibitions in consignment shops and jewelry showrooms. "Maybe if this goes well, we can do it every two years," she says of "Outside the Box."


www.palmbeachdailynews.com

"Outside the Box" will feature 22 artists in a two-night outdoor show of site-specific multimedia installation art curated by Sibel Kocabasi.
"We don't have many things like this happening around here," said Kocabasi, a Lake Worth-based artist and curator.


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Sibel Kocabasi, a Turkishborn abstract painter, exhibited 10 pieces of her work to be judged in a twotier panel process that included the participation of regional and national arts experts she emerged from the competition as one of 12 artists in South Florida to receive the fellowship, and was the lone recipient to represent Palm Beach County.
K o c a b a s i ' s submission to the consortium centered primarily on "animal frustration," one theme in the mix of environmental and social issues the artist has depicted through her painting. A nationally and internationally exhibited artist, she received the fellowship as aid to nurture her artistic development, not limited to any particular project. Kocabasi says she feels very honored and lucky to be chosen for the fellowship, and it has induced within her a great deal of thought on the direction she wants her art to go. For one thing, she says she looks forward to increasing her workspace using the cash prize. Aside from pursuing her own work, Sibel Kocabasi teaches at the Lighthouse ArtCenter and Very Special Arts. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Turkish traditional arts from Marmara University of Fine Arts in Istanbul, and her Master of Fine Arts in painting from Florida Atlantic University. She began teaching after she received her master's degree and says she enjoys helping fellow artists in their own artistic pursuits. "If I sense they have passion for what they're doing, I want to help them as much as I can," she says. Sibel Kocabasi poses in front of her painting Fish Come to Visit the Forest, featured in the Faculty Exhibition at the Lighthouse ArtCenter. Kocabasi is Palm Beach County's sole recipient of a 2010 South Florida Cultural Consortium fellowship. Second Annual Spring Training 10K from page 1 Louis Cardinals, duke it out in a spring training game.


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