“Alive. So seems the photography and the attention that   Meral Güler gives to the environment and what appears or performs within it.  Relentless and irreverent, sometimes ironic and subtle, the artists ignores the canons of wink, judicious and politically correct aesthetic to give vent to a personal poetic voice. Her scathing style reflects the need for scraping from the social conscience the last crumbs of humanity. Shots that express a deep subjectivity and a desire not to surrender to reality”.

Steve Bisson, Founding Editor,  Urbanautica Institute
“Unlike a written story, with a beginning, middle and an end, Meral Güler photographs a point in a segment of an event.  She has the ability to be able to choose that particular point,  which could be seen as the center of a star-shaped beam. She is the fulcrum on which many  stories, more or less related, randomly cross. This is the evocative power of her images.  She does not pass through the aesthetic but manages to concentrate a great intensity of balances in her images, compressing information to the point that almost seem ready to explode”.

Claudio Starita,  Art Journalist

Meral Güler is a British visual artist living in Los Angeles, California. She received her MA in Fine Art from the Chelsea School of Art (UAL) and her  BA (Hons) in Fine Art at  Middlesex University, London, UK. Her work has been exhibited widely, including 'Strong Language',  BFI, Southbank, London, GBR; 'The Aesthetics of the Artist’s Book',  Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece; 'In Collaboration',  Aarhus School of Architecture, Aarhus, Denmark; and 'Unseen',  Julius Schulman Gallery, Los Angeles, USA.  She received the first 'Landskrona Foto & Breadfield Award' for her photo book collaboration, 'You Would Be Earth'.  Her works  are held in permanent collections in the United Kingdom.