The handbag 'Lady Dior', which was noted in 1995 when Lady Diana used it on a trip to Paris, is one of the iconic pieces of the fashion world... Maria Grazia Chiuri, the brand's first female creative director since 2016, has been presenting this iconic model to female artists from around the world for three years. Among the names selected this year is Burçak Bingöl from Turkey. As part of the'Dior Lady Art' project, the artist designed two bags, Iznik Enchanted and Cobalt Course. Bingöl says that both designs were inspired by the art of 16th century Iznik tile and ceramics.
About Burçak Bingöl:
Born in Görele in 1976, he graduated from Hacettepe University Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Ceramics. Burçak Bingöl's work brings together different concepts such as belonging, cultural heritage, identity, decoration and inaccuracy by blurring the boundaries between them. Bingöl approaches the concepts of decoration and decoration from an analytical point of view with its labor-intensive production method of copying, tracking and restructuring. Bingöl uses a variety of materials such as ceramics, drawings, videos, photographs, installations, materials, objects and images to create new fictions that mix making and distorting.
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