Ugur Çaki (b. 1974, İzmir), lives and works in Izmir. He graduated from Dokuz Eylul University Fine Art Faculty Ceramic Department in 2005. Embracing a multidisciplinary practice, the artist works with ceramic, sculpture, painting, photography, video and installation. Selected exhibition include; Art Capital, Grand Palais, Paris, France (2020); Buyuk Efes Art Days, Swissotel, Izmir, Turkey (2020); Nordic Art Fair, Copenhague, Danemark (2020); BAP Bellemur Art Project (solo exhibition), Paris, France (2019); Çaki Museum House (solo exhibition), Urla, Izmir, Turkey (2019); Art in Action, BAP Bellemur Art Project, Paris, France (2018); Confusion, Macao Milano, Italy (2017); Today’s The Day, Sabancı Culture Palace, Izmir, Turkey (2016); Movement, Sumahan Art Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey (2014); Terrace Exhibitions, Elgiz Museum, Istanbul, Turkey (2013); Salon National Beaux Arts Exhibition, Carrousel du Louvre, Louvre Museum, Paris, France (2013 & 2012 & 2010); Marie Curie Art Event, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK (2013); New York Contemporary Art Biennial, New York, USA (2013); Venedik Biennial, paralel event, Venice, Italy (2013); Metamorphosis, Agora Gallery, New York, USA (2012); Journey to Nowhere, Backside Gallery, Marseille, France (2012); International Elite Art Fair, Grimaldi Forum, Monaco (2011); An Istanbul Legacy, Guido Casaretto, Bedri Baykam, Ugur Çaki, Lahd Gallery, London, UK (2011); Parallel Frequency, Ekav Art Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey (2010); Feria Internacional de Arte Contemporaneo de Marbella, Guest of Honor Salvador Dali, Palacio de Ferias y Congresos, Marbella, Spain (2010).
Selected awards include; International Salon Exhibition, Special Prize, Carrousel du Louvre, Louvre Museum, Paris, France (2010); Art Istanbul Painting & Sculpture Competition, Jury Special Prize, Istanbul, Turkey (2010); Turgut Pura Painting Sculpture Competition, Sculpture First Prize, Izmir, Turkey (2003); Cairo International Biennale for Ceramics, Jury Youth Award, Cairo, Egypt (2002); Rotary Club Ceramic Competition, Filiz Sarper Eczacibasi Award, Izmir,Turkey (2000).