During the 2000s Turkey went through a period in which the capital was managed through a centralist policy and the interest shown in foreign capital resources increased as a result of neoliberal policies. Besides, during that period private museums were developed thanks to collections that were brough out by institutions and the management of art objects was handed over to private companies. Thanks to economic stimulus law, which was entered into force in 2004 following the 2001 economic crisis of Turkey, an acceleration was gained on the investments made in art. In 2000s, art institutions were also put on the agenda along with the museums that were opened by private capital owners and those institutions embarked upon changing the art agenda through their activities just like private museums. With the impact created by recently opened private museums, art institutions and galleries have become a part of the cultural structure developed within society. While presenting its contemporary art collection to the audience through ARTER, Vehbi Koç Foundation has also created a medium, through which it will improve the collections it owns. Within the scope of this announcement, the corporate structure of institution, which is developed since its foundation in 2010 until 2019 ARTER Dolapdere period, is analysed over the exhibitions it organized.
Keywords: ARTER, art institute, Turkey, museum, art market