Baris Gokturk is a Turkish artist living and working in Brooklyn, New York. He teaches at John Hopkins University, Parsons School of Design and Columbia University where he has got his MFA in 2020. He was an ApexArt fellow in Seoul, artist-in-residence at ISCP, LMCC and YADDO, as well as a participant in Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and SOMA Mexico. Gokturk has shown his work internationally in US, Germany, Spain, France, Korea, Turkey and Puerto Rico. Recent museum exhibitions include Pera Museum in Istanbul and SECCA in Winston-Salem, NC. He recently completed a mural for Columbia University’s Butler Library and a commission by the Public Art Fund as part of Art on the Grid. His solo exhibition Public Secret could be seen at Helena Anrather Gallery in New York, in 2020.