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I Berlin (Germany), 1913
II Paris (France), 1937
III Venice (Italy), 1956
IV Athens (Greece), 1960
V Amsterdam (The Netherlands), 1964
VI Upsala (Sweden), 1968
VII Bucharest (Romania), 1972
VIII Darmstadt (Germany), 1976
IX Dubrovnik (Yoegoslavia), 1980
X Montreal (Canada), 1984
XI Nottingham (England), 1988.
XII Madrid (Spain), 1992
XIII Lahti (Finland), 1995
XIV Ljubljana (Slovenia), 1998
XV Tokyo (Japan), 2001
XVI Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), 2004
XVII Ankara (Turkey), 2007
XVIII Beijing (China) 2010
XIX Krakow (Poland) 2013
XX Seoul (Korea) 2016
XXI Belgrade (Serbia) 2019
SANART Association for Aesthetics and Visual Culture was founded in 1991 with the aim to develop the philosophical and discursive background to artistic practice and the promotion of Aesthetics in Turkey. Since 1992 it has organized many international symposia inviting both accomplished artists and scholars in aesthetics, art and architecture. Each symposia is accompanied by related artistic events, exhibitions and performances. The 1992 ‘Identity, Marginality and Space’ Symposium hosted a CoBrA exhibition at the National Museum in Ankara as well as Japanese ceramics and South American painting shows. Ever since many similar artistic events and conferences have been organized including the 2007 International Congress of Aesthetics at the Middle East Technical University in Ankara which was attended by more than 400 participants. Many of these activities have been recorded in bilingual publications. SANART today has 90 active members. From 1992 to 2010 Jale Erzen acted as the President, since 2010 the president is Cana Bilsel.
Website of the SANART Association for Aesthetics and Visual Culture.