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The Creations of the mind No:7By Evren Erol

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2016

Acrylic Paint, Acrylic on polyester and wood

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Dimensions: 70cm (H) x 68cm (W) x 43cm (D) / 27.6" (H) x 26.8" (W) x 16.9" (D)

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"The Creations of the mind No:7"
70x68x43 cm
Acrylic paint on polyester and wood
2016


Born in 1977, İstanbul, earned his bachelor of Serigraphy in Yıldız Teknik University (1998) and Sculpture in Marmara University (2003). Art of Evren Erol, develops alternative ways to look at the reality at hand and creates an endless independent space to express and to question. Artist identifies his sculptures as a reflection of change in his subconsious and the notions and concepts that forms his entity. He produces his works within the frame of transition, conversion, opposition, rejection, admission and similar basic metaphors.

"Discovering the self/the reason" in 2012, at Bozlu Art Project "Red Line" in 2015, "Creations/ Creatures of the mind" in 2016, at Daire Sanat "Optimism of the mind" in 2018, "Butterfly Effect" in New York at Arsham Fieg Gallery in 2018, "Just Before" Bozlu Art Project in 2022 are a few of the many exhibions and symposiums the artist have been part of.

Evren Erol maintains his production of sculpture and installation in Bodrum- Muğla.
Private Collection in Bozlu Holding, ING Bank, Allianz, HSBC Bank, OMM Odun Pazari Modern Museum.

 



Artist Profile

Born: 1977
Hometown: Mugla
Based in: Muğla Bodrum

Born in 1977, İstanbul, earned his bachelor of Serigraphy in Yıldız Teknik University (1998) and Sculpture in Marmara University (2003). Art of Evren Erol, develops alternative ways to look at the reality at hand and creates an endless independent space to express and to question. Artist identifies his sculptures as …

 

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