Biricik Suden Alanson
Biricik Suden received her education in graphic design and illustration at LCC (Language Culture Centre) in Nişantaşı. She later continued her studies at İbrahim Safi Painting Studio at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University. Suden spent 4 years in Paris to learn languages and further develop her education.
In the 1990s, her work, which was brass-based, was exhibited at the Martin Lawrence Gallery in New York. Suden designed cufflinks for fashion designer Paul Smith, and her home accessories were showcased and sold at the London Corner Shop for 2 years. Biricik Suden served as the chairman of the culture and arts commission at Beyoğlu Municipality for 4 years. Her works were exhibited at PG Art Gallery. She also curated for Hunt Slonem, who resides in New York, and brought his works to Turkey. Her works were exhibited at KÜSAV and Galata Design Week. Suden directed a documentary about the band MFÖ, which was released by Gain. She has also created film posters using the airbrush technique. Furthermore, as one of the co-founders of Vakko's decoration department, the artist also designed costumes for the Modern Dance Company and served as a style consultant for Sabah Group magazines in 1999. Suden worked with Mustafa Taviloğlu for 2 years to build her art collection, and she has collaborated with Yahşi Baraz, Aykut Hamzagil, and Ayşegül Nadir as well.