MARAL TAŞKIRICI

2D, 3D

Maral Taşkırıcı (Istanbul, 1996) received Designed Objects training at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and subsequently at NABA Milano.
The paintings of the artist, who has an interdisciplinary practice, are like the reflection of a holistic reaction people give to motifs that they see as a random formation, a sequence. The simplicity in the chaos and the harmony within the deformation come to the fore in the series of chaos created by a psychedelic abstraction. In her ceramic works, she creates new surfaces for her patterns and dimensions her plastic practice. Maral, who performed her first solo exhibition Lost on Venus in Ambidexter in 2019, exhibited her ceramic work series Not Proud in the 2020 edition of Mamut Art Project.

The 2020 Built Art Project exhibitions in Bomontia, Istanbul, Turkey Reviews 2020 Lost on Venus, personal exhibition, ambidexter, Istanbul, Turkey Reviews 2019, ambidextrous Group Show II, exhibitions, ambidexter, Istanbul, Turkey Reviews 2018, Artweeks Akaretler, exhibitions, ambidexter, Istanbul, Turkey

Maral Taşkırıcı (Istanbul, 1996) received Designed Objects training at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and subsequently at NABA Milano.
The paintings of the artist, who has an interdisciplinary practice, are like the reflection of a holistic reaction people give to motifs that they see as a random formation, a sequence. The simplicity in the chaos and the harmony within the deformation come to the fore in the series of chaos created by a psychedelic abstraction. In her ceramic works, she creates new surfaces for her patterns and dimensions her plastic practice. Maral, who performed her first solo exhibition Lost on Venus in Ambidexter in 2019, exhibited her ceramic work series Not Proud in the 2020 edition of Mamut Art Project.

The 2020 Built Art Project exhibitions in Bomontia, Istanbul, Turkey Reviews 2020 Lost on Venus, personal exhibition, ambidexter, Istanbul, Turkey Reviews 2019, ambidextrous Group Show II, exhibitions, ambidexter, Istanbul, Turkey Reviews 2018, Artweeks Akaretler, exhibitions, ambidexter, Istanbul, Turkey

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