Artist Hakan Sorar's exhibition "Recolor," which presents experiments on photography and illusions, will meet art lovers at the Trump Art Gallery (TAG) in Istanbul's Mecidiyeköy neighborhood. In his works, the artist re-builds photographs of urban areas that are constantly transforming and leaving traces behind with a new language. The solo exhibition will run till Jan 31.
In his works, Sorar transmits memory, which he re-colors, breaks into pieces and transforms in his frames, through artificial-natural duality.
In his photographs, the artist explores the concepts of city, urban transformation, body, body-space relationship and presents fictional realities by playing with the nature of photography. The artist also includes objects outside the city in his photographs and emphasizes consumption and the needs of fast-changing urban people. In addition to digital printing, the artist uses instant film and navigates on the fine line between photography and painting through interventions in photographs.
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