About Transformation073 Detay2

"As a contemporary ceramic artist, Beril Anilanmert is known for restructuring forms and redefining them for a new expression while utilizing multiple techniques. These expressions present themselves in sculptural large scale work as well as two dimensional ceramic paintings."


Member of International Academy of Ceramics (IAC) – Geneva, Switzerland.

1989 – Professor
1976 – Associate Professor 
1968 – M.A., Ceramics Department, State Academy of Fine Arts (Mimar Sinan University - MSU), Istanbul


Contemporary artist and academic Beril Anilanmert, held multiple executive position at Mimar Sinan University (1968-2005) and FMVIsik University (2007-2019) in Istanbul.  She led graduate and postgraduate programs and organized national, international competitions, workshops, exhibitions and conferences.  She has been invited as a guest lecturer and as a jury member at competitions at home and abroad.  B.Anilanmert was interviewed in several radio and TV programs. Her research on Japanese art and tile manufacturing was sponsored by a scholarship from the Japanese government. She has several publications, research and articles on ceramics, art, education and creativity.


Her distinct works are displayed in 23 solo exhibitions as well as national and international exhibitions, symposiums, workshops.  Her ceramic sculptures were exhibited in France, Italy, Canada, Hungary, Germany, Yugoslavia, Australia, Spain, Egypt, U.S.A., Tunisia, Korea, China, Macedonia and in Japan.  Her works are in permanent collections of many museums around the world as well as in private collections. Her sculptural installations can be seen on many public and private buildings.

AWARDS (Selected)

2012 – Lifetime Achievement Award, Kadıköy Rotary Club
2009 – Awarded for contributions to Arts, Turkish Ceramic Society
1992 – FIrst Prize, İzmir Grand Hotel Arts Competition, İzmir
1991 – Grand Prize – Iş Bank, Istanbul
1990 – First Prize in Ceramics Competition, Turkish Ministry of Culture

 Her book about her works titled “More Fire”, was published by Çanakkale Publications.