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Pinar Ciftci

Ciftci is a journalist and actor.

Viva la vagina!

Barbara Miller Switzerland: #FEMALE PLEASURE
The #FEMALE PLEASURE documentary unveils the demonization of the female body and breaks the silence of female sexuality.

People avoid seeing the hurt in the world

New Time has met an artist who wants to show people what they do not want to see: the dark sides of man.

Captured freedom

The theme of freedom goes back to the writing of Margaret Atwood, in which she portrays the lives of men and women living in prison – metaphorically and literally. Her lyrics have made a big impression on me at a time when my freedom has been reduced to my own will.

The fools in the streets of New York

Helen Levitt's exhibition shows how life in New York City's streets in the nineteenth century could be fun and fun – especially for the little ones.

Thanks, Trump

Rebecca Solnit: Call Them by Their True Names: American Crisis (And Essays)
Call Them by Their True Names sheds light on the ugly truth about the reality we live in after Trump became president. Solnit calls for immediate action – before the planet burns up.

The fateful chaos

Chris Kraus: After Kathy Acker
After Katchy Acker describes the chaotic life of author Kathy Acker, who is characterized by childhood trauma, illness and lots of sex. The story hits on an emotional level.

VAGINA! Vulva!

Vienna: Die Jubiläumsschau shows Egon Schiele's 100 year-old artist, where the explicit nude portraits of the woman still provoke.

From dystopia to feminist utopia

Laurie Penny: Bitch Doctrine: Essays for Dissenting Adults
Bitch Doctrine: Essays for Dissenting Adults describes our dystopian world where women's struggle is more important than ever. Penny's book hits my feminist vein after I recently experienced a life transformation. 

Apocalypse and hope for the future

The Vienna Alphabet exhibition showcases Keith Haring's artistry, which is strongly influenced by his violent contemporary, where the baby represents the only, shining hope.