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The exhibition is based on the idea of humankind’s need to act and think differently around the concept of “togetherness”. With the exhibition and its name, Posthumous, meaning “afterlife” in Latin, Kuran reminds the audience that we must be together while still alive, be more sensitive than before and have to learn new things.
Born in 1964, the self-taught painter Mehmet Sinan Kuran began his art career by sketching on journals. Internally driven, and emotionally charged, Mehmet Sinan Kuran’s original miniature sketches have been described as ‘’complex yet uplifting’’ paintings. ‘’I have been drawing every single thought in my head‘’ says Kuran. He made art all throughout his life until finally he gathered the pieces of his collective consciousness and streamed them onto his works, creating his genuine style. The artist’s innate talent fuelled by the tradition of Hieronymus Bosch, speaks wildly in his electric colours, illustrating the visionary madness of his inner world. Kuran’s works are in private museums and collections.
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