Jasper Johns was an artist that came onto the scene in the 1950s. Much of the work that he created led the American public away from the expressionism form, and towards an art movement or form known as the concrete. (more…)
Meryem Yildiz has a strong propensity toward nuance and secrecy. Amid the creative process, she always pays particular attention to cognition. With a play of detours and through photography, she fixes liminal instants so as to encourage their contemplation. By incorporating figurative and narrative dimensions to photography, diptych allegories and coded discourses assume roles of both candor and discretion. Mementos, treasures, nonchalant cats, dusty mirrors – every element confers intent to final result. Between two lines, two spaces, or two moments, a new dimension emerges; Meryem Yildiz’s work situates itself at this junction.