POWER OF UNIQUENESS
01.DECEMBER.2017
Brand Conference, which will take on the 13th-14th of December at Hilton Istanbul Bomonti will be welcoming our creative director Enis Karavil as a speaker.
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RENDESVOUS VENDREDI
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THREE MONKEYS
I stepped into Sanayi 313 and saw those big Three Monkeys sculpture by Mahmut Aydın.
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POWER OF UNIQUENESS
01.December.2017
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Brand Conference, which will take on the 13th-14th of December at Hilton Istanbul Bomonti will be welcoming our creative director Enis Karavil as a speaker. read more
Brand Conference, which will take on the 13th-14th of December at Hilton Istanbul Bomonti will be welcoming our creative director Enis Karavil as a speaker. It is exciting to be taking place in such a conference that is also welcoming important names like Vogue China Editor in Chief Angelica Cheung, London Design Museum Director Deyan Sudjic and Founder and Chief Executive of Soho House Nick Jones. Sanayi 313 – created in one of the industrial zones of Istanbul; Maslak Oto Sanayi, is a good example of uniqueness. Nowadays, Enis is in the stage of preparing for narrating how we came to this point… 

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RENDESVOUS VENDREDI
28.November.2017
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Vendredi - Flavien Berger
THREE MONKEYS
20.November.2017
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I stepped into Sanayi 313 and saw those big Three Monkeys sculpture by Mahmut Aydın. read more
I stepped into Sanayi 313 and saw those big Three Monkeys sculpture by Mahmut Aydın. As the artists explains, the sculpture is a symbol of three monkeys; one covering his ears, who hears no evil; one covering his eyes; who sees no evil and one covering his mouth, who speaks no evil just like the system wants us to do… Then it comes to my mind, Enis recently brought up a new little ‘three monkeys’ object, which is now on one of the shelves in the store. There are no coincidences just like all those no coincidences I witnessed lately. My perception level is broadening. 
I create time to listen to myself every day. I follow what I hear, see and my unconsciousness very closely. This gives way to good things in my life. 
1989-Diyarbakır born artist Mahmut Aydın’s sculpture made me realize the positive comeback of my meditations. The artist shows people’s revolution through time by environmental and social, natural and artificial conditions that affect humans’ growth and freedom. I realized my own revolution, thanks to him. 
BOWIE STYLE
07.November.2017
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When Serena told me that her inspiration for Stelle Glimmer booties was David Bowie I got really excited. read more
When Serena told me that her inspiration for Stelle Glimmer booties was David Bowie I got really excited. The life of David Bowie was one of the very first articles I wrote for a magazine. After, I got so interested in his life and character that I even have a black &white photography of him hanging on my living room’s wall now. 
I remember how I began my article; with a quote from David Bowie:
“As an adolescent, I was painfully shy, withdrawn. I didn’t really have the nerve to sing my own songs on stage, and nobody else was doing them. I decided to do them in disguise so that I didn’t have to actually go through the humiliation of going on stage and being myself.”

Often inspired by music, Serena created the Stelle Glimmer booties, using the beautiful glitter texture to build an avant-garde boot with a tiny round heel; a style that gives nod to the late ‘David Bowie’. 
LONDON ROUTINE
30.October.2017
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  • IG_791x602_IMG_6121.jpgYashin Sushi
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  • IG_791x602_IMG_6117.jpgLiberty - Vintage
  • IG_791x602_IMG_6084.jpgPenthaligon's - Men's Grooming Shop
  • IG_791x602_IMG_6074.jpgIvy Chelsea Garden - Tea time
  • IG_791x602_IMG_6129.jpgJude Law & Ewan Mc'Gregor by Lorenzo Agius @202
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I realized something during my London vacation last week. I take pleasure out of visiting the familiar restaurants, shops and museums I like just as discovering new tastes, finds and visuals. read more
I realized something during my London vacation last week. I take pleasure out of visiting the familiar restaurants, shops and museums I like just as discovering new tastes, finds and visuals. 
During my 3-days visit, I generally did the activities I am used to do in London. I walked around Notting Hill streets; visited my favorite bookshop Lutyens & Rubinstein, had lunch in Assaggi, had brunch in 202, watched the artistic movements of Yashin Sushi’s chef while eating delicious sushi with no soy sauce and stopped by Liberty.
My first-time activities were going around the Affordable Art Fair. The concept of “affordable” varies from person to person of course. Seeing the artworks created by young artists was very pleasurable. I had lunch at Ivy Chelsea Garden. The food was not that bad but I don’t think I will go there one more time. I had tasty cocktails while listening to live Jazz in Rosewood Hotel. This spot is definitely going to be included in my London routines from now on. 
If you’d ask why my London photos are black & white, let’s say it’s a surprise. Who knows, maybe black & white photography is going to be a new routine in our lives. Who doesn’t love routines?
ROBERTO THE DERANGED
17.October.2017
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Sanayi 313 Bebek has a visitor these days; “Roberto The Deranged”. read more
Sanayi 313 Bebek has a visitor these days; “Roberto The Deranged”. 
Artist Murat Işık uses characters like Tintin and Dupond to symbolize humans or humankind and satirize sociological and politic issues. 
Artist’s works in the serial “Otto-Money” symbolize the uprising interest and passion of Turkish people towards Ottoman Empire in a critical and fun way. 
Murat Işık was born in Istanbul, 1967. At the age of eight, Işık started to study painting.
He graduated from graphic design department of Marmara University Faculty of Fine Arts.
His first artworks were exhibited at the 4th Biennial of Istanbul.
​After a long pause due to his career as a high-grade advertising creative he fully returned to the art scene in 2017. Murat Işık has written a book called "Assorted Luxury Biscuits", which was published in 2016 by Doğan Books. 
SANAYI 313 SPOTTED AT NEW YORK AND PARIS FASHION WEEKS
11.October.2017
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  • IG_791x602_6.jpgLily Aldridge: New York Fashion Week, September 2017
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It was a busy time for Sanayi 313 during New York and Paris Fashion weeks. read more
It was a busy time for Sanayi 313 during New York and Paris Fashion weeks. Gigy Hadid, Lily Aldridge and Carolina Issa were spotted wearing Sanayi during New York Fashion Week. Founder of Fashionata Sofia Valkiers and Bergdorf Goodman’s PR and Social Media person Chloe King shared their Sanayi 313 slippers on Instagram during Paris Fashion week. We kept following! 
WEEKEND GETAWAY
04.October.2017
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  • IG_791x602_1.jpgGuild of Holland
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I was in Amsterdam last weekend. Such a serene city. read more
I was in Amsterdam last weekend. Such a serene city. 
I was first impressed by the hotel we stayed in. Hotel Pulitzer Amsterdam welcomed us with a piano hanging from the ceiling and a small flower shop corner. The old portraits and choice of artworks inside the hotel were beautiful. We had both breakfast and lunch at Janzs restaurant of the hotel, the food was incredible. 
The streets nearby the canals and the little shops on them gave me inspiration. One of them was “Guild of Holland”. Andrea Molti was creating leather accessories with his hand and the ones on show were very elegant. Amsterdam is a city of art. I saw many galleries on those streets. One of them impressed me with the work “Passage” by Mohau Modisakeng. “Passage” is a body of work consisting of performance, photography and film.  It focuses on slavery dismemberment of African identity and its enduring erasure of personal histories. 
We went to The Rolling Stones’ concert on Saturday night. Seeing Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood on stage was like going back in the history. 
My last stop before leaving on Sunday was Athenaeum Nieuwscentrum. It is a world of magazines and books. I got lost in the store and found many good ideas for Sanayi 313’s upcoming site from the magazines I could carry with me. 
ISTANBUL INSPIRES SANAYI
30.September.2017
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Istanbul is very lively these days. read more
Istanbul is very lively these days. Contemporary Istanbul Art Fair just took place, Istanbul Biennale is going on with its very strong theme “a good neighbour”, Ai Wei Wei’s exhibition is in Sakıp Sabancı Museum, which has a new restaurant inside by MSA; the leading culinary school of Istanbul and Wallpaper Istanbul City Guide is recently published. Sanayi 313 is shining at me on those pages. 
With 313’s seasonal changing menu, the Fall Shoes & Bags collection, interior architecture developments going on inside; I felt the need to upgrade our blog; turning it into a livelier form. We will be sharing many different subjects, which will be written by special writers! The subjects and names stay as a surprise for now! 
Stay tuned… 
MINI INTERVIEW WITH GÜNNUR ÖZSOY
28.September.2017
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Sculptor Günnur Özsoy’s atelier is in the area of Oto Sanayi, nearby Sanayi 313. Apart from being neighbours, we share the same vision. read more
Sculptor Günnur Özsoy’s atelier is in the area of Oto Sanayi, nearby Sanayi 313. Apart from being neighbours, we share the same vision. As of last week, the artist’s binary sculptures are being exhibited at Sanayi 313. These abstract forms have created a new sereneness in 313.

This binary work you created at the end of the 90’s shine out with their colour. What does burgundy mean to you?
I made a series of sculptures using the colour burgundy after the 1999 earthquake. These are outcomes of despair, sadness and resentment. My binary work exhibited in Sanayi 313 right now are a follow-up of the series. I like the term burgundy since it reflects the colour of red wine. I like to give meanings to the colours I use; such as livid and eggplant purple. In this way, my understanding of art is more than just colours reflecting other notions. Colour of burgundy in the poem Odyssey is a great example. 

You first exhibited these sculptures in a horizontal form. Today they are being exhibited vertically. What made them transform?
My biggest claim as an artist is creating abstract sculptures; organic forms without any aspects. Anyone can exhibit them in any way they like. To make the audience feel this freedom, I have exhibited my works in many different ways; sometimes horizontal or vertical, sometimes on a base or hanged from the ceiling.  My aim is to indicate that my sculptures can be exhibited and used in every way.

313, since it is nearby your atelier, has been a place you come frequently since our first days. How does it feel to exhibit your works at this place?
Through my sculpture practice, the relation I have with spaces becomes deeper. Sanayi 313 is always regenerating and in action with the changing objects inside the place. This makes it alive. An artwork’s only belonging should not be museums and art galleries. A way to make them alive is to present them in spaces like Sanayi 313.  
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