Pınar Yeşilada

She was born in Istanbul in 1973, with Cypriot descent.
1992 – 1996 she studied at Mimar Sinan University, Fine Arts Faculty Istanbul.
Since 1996 she has presented 3 solo exhibitions and has participated in many collective exhibitions in Turkey and various countries in Europe. Since 2016 lives and works in Rhône-Alpes, France


1992 – 1996 Mimar Sinan University, Fine Arts Faculty Department of Ceramics, Istanbul.


2017 Artankara Contemporary Art Fair, Ankara.
2015 -2016 Asfalt Art Gallery,Artist Tüyap Art Fair, Istanbul.
2014 L’oubli, personel exhibition, Geneva.
2013 Artist Tüyap Art Fair., Karşı Sanat Çalışmaları, Istanbul.
2013 Alashia, group exhibition of Cypriot Artists, Rauf Denktaş Culturel Center, Cyprus.
2012 Immagina Arte in Fiera, Reggioemilia, Italy.
2012 Draft, Group Exhibition, Mabeyn Gallery, Istanbul.
2011 Artbosphorus Contemporary Art Fair, Gallery Kent, Istanbul
2010 Contemporary Istanbul Art Fair, Alta Fine Arts Gallery, Istanbul.
2010 Nisyan, Personal Exhibition, Gallery Kent, Istanbul.
2009 Artist Tuyap Art Fair, Karsi Art Gallery, Istanbul.
2008 Multiple Connection, Pogmahon Gallery, Vienna.
2007 Artist Tuyap Art Fair, Karsi Art Gallery, Istanbul.
2007 Borderline,Contemporary Art Exhibition, International Troia Festival, Canakkale.
2007 My Land, My Body, Orient Express Season, Arcola Theatre, London.
2007 DNA / Traces, Personal Exhibition, The Eaved House Cultural Center, Nicosia
2006 Artist Tuyap 16th Istanbul Art Fair, Karsi Art Gallery, Istanbul.
2006 DNA, Personal Exhibition, E.K.A.V. Art Gallery, Istanbul.
2006 Golyazi Residency Project, Bursa.
2005 Ceracarnassos Ceramics Exhibition, Bodrum.
2005 The Escapist, Taksim Metro Escape Tunnel ,Istanbul.
2004 Artist Tuyap 14th Istanbul Art Fair, Cooperative Group, Istanbul.
2004 Respect of Nature, International Association of Plastic Arts , Ataturk Cultural Center, Istanbul.
2003 International Association of Plastic Arts, Photograph Exhibition- Istanbul
2003 Cooperative group exhibition, Karga Art Gallery, Istanbul
2000 Exhibition of “Hope for Kosova”, Cemal Resit Rey Concert Hall, Istanbul
1997 Canakkale Seramik, Artistic Ceramic Tile Design Competition Exhibition, Canakkale.