ORANGE GIRL – ZEYNEP SOLAKOĞLU
13.June.2017
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I can see why she is orange. There are some people who get lost in their dream world. Sometimes for months and years… But the day comes when this ‘being lost’ is turned into reality. read more
I can see why she is orange. There are some people who get lost in their dream world. Sometimes for months and years… But the day comes when this ‘being lost’ is turned into reality. It is really something big to be able to come back to life after many dreams. Zeynep Solakoğlu has made an inspirational work from an eight-year period. I found something for myself on every page of her book “Orange Girl”, which is on my desk right now. The strength of love, the importance of the childish part of me, realization of my ability to find light through darkness…

I was impressed by this quote in the beginning of Zeynep’s story.

“Your mind makes out the orange by seeing it, hearing it, touching it, smelling it, tasting it and thinking about it. But without this mind –you call it- the orange would not be heard or smelled or tasted or even mentally noticed. 
It’s actually the orange depending on your mind to exist. Don’t you see that? 
By itself it’s a no-thing, it’s really mental, it’s seen only of your mind. It’s empty & awake.” Jack Kerouac

Zeynep wrote stories and drew since her childhood. Her drawings are very detailed and breath taking. The story told in between the black&white drawings of this book is about the newly university graduate Zeynep who doesn’t know what to do, confused and in the air; the Orange Girl. 

“Orange Girl” is now in Sanayi 313…
TUNES
13.June.2017
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Summer+Festive Days read more
Summer+Festive Days
Brian Cid - Live from Endangered Warehouse Miami
GREEN ZUCCHINI WITH ALMONDS AND YOGURT
06.June.2017
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As the weather gets warmer, our eating habits begin to vary. Especially in hot weather, we prefer to eat light food rather than oily and heavier dishes. read more
As the weather gets warmer, our eating habits begin to vary. Especially in hot weather, we prefer to eat light food rather than oily and heavier dishes. 
One of my favourite dish for summer is green zucchini with almonds and yogurt, which is highly preferred in Sanayi 313 Bebek and Oto Sanayi buffet. 
It is easy to find green zucchini this season. If you go to district bazaars, you won’t have any problems finding them. 
This time, I will be sharing a very practical and matching recipe. 

Ingredients:

1 kg. green zucchini
300 gr. strained yogurt
100 gr. almond powder
Salt-pepper
Olive oil

We cut the zucchinis in the middle and take of the inner part with a spoon. Then we add a little amount of olive oil, salt and pepper and then cook them for 15 minutes in a preheated to 200 degrees’ oven. 
After taking the zucchinis away to leave them for cooling, we begin to prepare the mixture. We mix the yogurt and almond powder in a blender. It is important that the mixture is not fluid. Because if it is fluid, it can flow from the zucchinis. If needed, you can add more almonds. You can add salt and pepper in the amount you desire. 
We put the mixture inside the cooled zucchinis. It is important that the zucchinis are cold because the yogurt might ferment otherwise.  
I garnish the zucchinis with roasted almonds and spices. Fresh herbs can be another way to garnish them.
Bon appetite. 

Müge Ergül
MATHIEU MILJAVAC'S BIRDS
01.June.2017
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Enis has been bringing up this subject since he came back from London to Istanbul; Mathieu Miljavac’s birds. read more
Enis has been bringing up this subject since he came back from London to Istanbul; Mathieu Miljavac’s birds. I knew that they meant a lot to him but could have never guessed that it could be this meaningful. Those birds that were packaged since his turn back came to life this week. And the same week I realized what Mathieu’s birds really represent in Enis’ life. 

Enis is telling:

What we would become after death has always been an issue of concern for me. I questioned what we would leave behind while our bodies dissolve. 
When I went to Paris for vacation, I saw the “Taxidermy” installation by Mathieu Miljavac at "Paris at L’Eclaireur and at the Galerie Da-End” and realized that physical bodies can also be everlasting.  I got interested in the art of “Taxidermy” and the concept of past teasing the future impressed me a lot. 
In 2014, I saw Mathieu’s artworks one more time at Arts Décoratifs Paris. I felt that the past Mathieu gave life to should be present in my future. Mathieu Miljavac is the first “Taxidermy” artist who has exhibited in Arts Décoratifs.
This encounter, which just took time at the time of my coming back to Turkey awakened a feeling of migration in me. I thought of the things that I brought with myself to Turkey and left behind after 10 years of living abroad. It was the perfect time for owning such an artwork if I was ever going to…
A LOVE LETTER TO NEW ORLEANS
24.May.2017
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“America has only three cities: New York, San Francisco, and New Orleans. Everywhere else is Cleveland.” says legendary American playwright Tennessee Williams. Why New Orleans? read more
“America has only three cities: New York, San Francisco, and New Orleans. Everywhere else is Cleveland.” says legendary American playwright Tennessee Williams. Why New Orleans?

From our guest writer Ali Tufan Koç...

Raw. Original. Vibrant. Honest. 
Few cities in the world could carry this unique blend, and New Orleans is one of them. Culturally and historically speaking: A place that is treasured, a city that carries deep scars with a pride; New Orleans has city icons and street heroes that unlike any others. The sax repairman, the fisherman’s daughther, the drink columnist, and a 91-year-old restaurateur... They all know the romance of New Orleans. They all value the original sin that this city carries. 

Life moves slower here. A slowness never looked so encouraging and cheerful.

“Too many memories, you know”

An UBER driver, a street musician, a barista... Every person you meet will tell you this: “Too many memories, you know”. This sounds like New Orleans talking. No wonder why New Orleans’ uniqueness leaves impressions even on those who have never visited.

A 31-room boutique hotel famous for French antiques and morning biscuits (Soniat House, 133 Chartes St.); 
a park which has the twice size of Central Park, with America’s largest and oldest oak, one 800 years old (City Park, I Palm Dr.); a modern cool bar that has aHemingway’s Cuba-meets-Armstrong’s Louisina vibe (Cand and Table, 1113 Decatur St.); part bar-restaurant, part saltwater-pool-side hang that is Southern -and gayish- version of Soho House (The Country Club, 634 Louisa St.) and many more... It’s colorful, musical, weird, delicious, diverse, relaxed. All true. All real.

Once you have  a deep dive into the cultural heritage of the city, all that jazz makes more sense. Louis Armstrong is right: “Every time I close my eyes blowing that trumpet of mine, I look right into the heart of good old New Orleans. It has given me something to live for.”
ENIS’ SUITCASE
22.May.2017
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Conde Nast Traveller dig into Enis’ suitcase, so am I. What do those pieces mean to me? read more
Conde Nast Traveller dig into Enis’ suitcase, so am I. What do those pieces mean to me?

1-His house in London Notting Hill. – We were there a few weeks ago. There is this comfort and ease its architecture gives you. Is it weird if I say I felt like I was in a warm and cozy home inside a museum?
2-Louis Vuitton suitcase – They are more beautiful as they get older. I have a vintage one from my mother, maybe it the most beautiful bag in my wardrobe. 
3-Slippers, James Perse x Birkenstock – James Perse men’s t-shirts are our house’s necessity. 
4-Earphones, Beats – No comment.
5-Patina brush – Sanayi 313 design – On top of it, there is a different zipped part with a little shoe horn inside… Perfect.
6-Pillbox, Sanayi 313 design – Now, I am curious what pills Enis takes with himself while travelling.
9-Pijamas, Ralph Lauren – I Love Ralph Lauren
HELLO SUMMER
17.May.2017
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Saying hello to summer with "Bacio Slippers". read more
Saying hello to summer with "Bacio Slippers". Bacio means "kiss" in Italian. 
A soft, sincere kiss reflects our feelings for summer...
I WAS IN A MEETING AT SANAYI 313
10.May.2017
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Actually, this title is very meaningful for me. read more
 Actually, this title is very meaningful for me.
-We used to dream of having meetings here. 313 was in construction those days.
-We talked about the possibilities of having our meetings along with delicious lunches. Müge was organizing her team and creating the menu back then.
-Dreaming of the restaurant being busy, thinking of who would come to have lunch here… Would the employees from the plazas around come?
-And the subjects of our meetings. I can say they changed dimension.
Last Monday, we were going to have a meeting with Enis and Merve Sayar (new web designer we are working with) to change the look of our newsletter. I stepped inside and came face to face with our warm friend Seçkin Pirim, who has been with us since the first days. I was heading to the open buffet when I saw Athena Gökhan in the next table chatting with two friends. Three girls were having lunch inside. And plaza employees were on another side as well. 
And there was no food left in the open buffet. Not important at all. I was all smiles. I ordered my main course with a glass of wine. Then I had my favorite dessert Fudge Cake with Coconut. This time they added raspberry, too. It was delicious. Meeting was very productive, too.
When I look back, I realize how much we improved. We should never stop. Now I am thinking of a print 313 newspaper…
TUNES
10.May.2017
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Just For You read more
Just For You - J.P. Downintempo
GETTING LOST IN DAVID HOCKNEY
02.May.2017
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David Hockney and those cheering swimming pools… I never could have guessed seeing his work would have impressed me this much. read more
David Hockney and those cheering swimming pools… I never could have guessed seeing his work would have impressed me this much. Maybe because it was my daughter’s first visit to an exhibition, maybe I was hungry for inspiration or maybe it was the simplicity and the sophistication Hockney’s works unfold. 
What excited me about his works is seeing the real life of real people in such an advanced art form. I saw his parents, his friends, his partner, the artist himself in his art. I know how he felt about Los Angeles and how he found the city ‘sexy’. Now I am a piece of his world. 
What gave me inspiration the most during my visit was witnessing how he kept pace with the developing art forms. David Hockney was born in 1937. The exhibition in Tate Britain offers the opportunity to see his classical early paintings alongside works in different mediums. He used photography as one of his media in 1980’s. He created artworks from little Polaroids showing different viewpoints as well as time and movement. In 2010, Hockney began making multi-screen video works by fixing a number of cameras to the outside of a vehicle. 
Even though he used different mediums throughout the years, there is a theme making his work whole. That feeling of integrity, the expression of real life and the cheering vibe… I found his work so inspiring. A must visit exhibition. 
Until May 29 2017 at Tate Britain - LONDON
http://www.tate.org.uk
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