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He graduated from Academy of Fine Arts Istanbul in 1951 and won European Concourt Prize in 1955. He went on to Paris on a scholarship from the Turkish state. He worked at the André Lhote, Henri Goetz and Hayter studios in Paris and the Emilio Vedova Studio at the International Salzburg Summer Academy.
Coker was an instructor at the İstasyon Academy of Fine Arts from 1960-1995. He performed "Demonstrations of Painting with music" from 1961-66. He has had more than 20 solo exhibitions, over 20 group exhibitions, and has been the recipient of eight national and two international awards.
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- Arda Uskan (October 23, 2000). "Hülya Avşar, Adnan Çoker'e karşı". Radikal (in Turkish). Retrieved February 3, 2010.)
- Ahu Antmen (April 18, 2007). "Adnan Çoker'in ritmi yerinde". Radikal (in Turkish). Retrieved February 3, 2010.)
- Jo Baker (May 14, 2009). "Stay Overnight in a Turkish Mansion". Time (magazine). Retrieved February 3, 2010.)(English mention states "Turkish artists such as abstract masters Devrim Erbil and Adnan Coker")
- ADNAN ÇOKER Archived September 27, 2009, at the Wayback Machine., MİNE SANAT GALERİSİ, Retrieved February 3, 2010
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