Founded in Berlin in 2014, the Berlin-Istanbul Quarter considers itself to be at first a virtual gallery, which collaborates with arists located in different countries.
The collaboration shall grow, defy national borders, and exercise its right to diversity. This will be presented in the form of digital and analog exhibitions.
Both artists and connoisseurs are expected to help dilute national borders.
Despite a general process of increasing flexibility and globalization, the cultural perspective of a movement is still dominated by exclusion and borders. Correspondingly, there is a great need for dilution. 
What is happening?
The Berlin-Istanbul Quarter organizes selective exhibitions by interconnected artists throughout the European continent. Priority themes are globalization, borders, dissolution of boundaries, migration.
 Ute Gerhard: Nomadische Bewegungen und die Symbolik der Krise. Opladen, 1998.