Date: December 10, 2014 – February 27, 2015

    Art50’s second exhibition is co-organized by TEB Private Banking

    Contemporary art platform Art50.net is sharing the Untold Stories of 5 young female artists. With the exhibition titled “Stories Untold”, Art50 is once again meeting with art lovers. 

    Date: December 10, 2014 – February 27, 2015
                During work hours
    Venue: TEB Private Banking Headquarters
                Nispetiye Cad. Dilhayat Sok. No: 8 Etiler/İSTANBUL


    In its second exhibition, Art50 is showcasing works by 5 rising female artists where they portray unseen stories. “Stories Untold” points out to narratives that cannot be uttered or put into writing, yet can only be expressed through pictures. It also emphasizes the fragility of certain stories and how they lose their meaning when they are trying to be expressed.

    “Stories Untold” invites viewers on a journey where stories that go unnoticed during the hustle of daily life, fairytales that are forgotten due to pressures of reality and many stories that are waiting to be discovered are brought into light.

    Güliz Baydemir, shares unnoticeable views from the cities that she travelled. She depicts each city with colors her own color palette. Her paintings make visible the lively aspects of various venues despite the fact that they do not depict any human figure.

    Ayşegül Karakaş, who portrays nature with an idiosyncratic style, depicts figures that seem to be suspended in time in a pastoral landscape. Figures who are placed in a timeless and location-less nature sometimes appear to be in a journey through time or in the middle of a flight.

    Begüm Mütevellioğlu, known with painting scenes from her daily life with a pronounced pastel palette, portrays female figures in different interior settings. The stories of figures who are shown in their own environment, with their current state of mind are open to interpretation.  The most attention-grabbing aspect of her works are her mesmerizing dominant colors.

    Known with attaching mixed media on canvas, Lale Delibaş opens up doors of a world for us that can only be noticed when looked from up close. Inspired by mythological and philosophical subjects, the artist whispers stories that we can see not only with our eyes, but also perceive with our feelings.

    Melike Kılıç offers frames from a fairytale with her drawings created in a pastoral atmosphere. In the world set at the feet of splendid trees, many a stories are seen from behind the leaves.

    Artists: Ayşegül Karakaş, Begüm Mütevellioğlu, Güliz Baydemir, Lale Delibaş, Melike Kılıç

    For all inquiries about the exhibition reach us at [email protected]
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