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Wildflowers

July 10, 2019 – August 10, 2019

Pi Artworks Istanbul, Kemankeş Karamustafa Paşa Mahallesi, Mumhane Caddesi No. 48, Beyoğlu


Pi Artworks Istanbul is hositng artist Nejat Satı’s solo exhibition Wildflowers, a special show interpreting the links between art and nature. It presents an exploration of wildflowers in relation to their colours. For the first time, this series of abstract paintings are together in one place, and the viewers are invited to dive into the abstract flora curated by the artist in the confines of the gallery space.

Nejat Satı’s works elicit the feeling of art, science and magic happening together. These plants endure the most challenging situations and provide permanence to their species by appealing to both humans and animals through their hypnotising colour displays; their colours are part of the permanent plant life cycle of blossoming and fading, like birth and death. It is thus through these colours that Satı seeks a possible manifestation of essence in our existence.


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