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Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

She creates portraits in black and red colors using lines and geometric shapes. She also applies her drawings on t-shirts and bags.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

In this project I deal with adolescence, i.e. the period of physical, psychological and emotional changes during which a person is developing from a child to an adult. Adolescents thus represent the main subject reflecting this transition that looks like a real, yet magical struggle. Acrylics and spatulas are the main media used to create imaginary portraits of teenagers, while bright and clear colours are applied to express this biological evolution of their bodies that compares to the biggest revolution. Boy and girl figures stand out in bright, vivid colours, almost bewildered, but confident about what is happening to them, and in the erotic anticipation of conquering life. Portraits that yearn to stop time at the only stage of human existence when everything is clear, intense, and extreme like the colours, which constitute the ideal means of expression of this state where violence and eroticism are predominant.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

This art show was curated by Selva Ozelli based on her series of articles on digital technology adoption, solar energy and tax policies in the jurisdictions with the greatest carbon emissions. These articles have been published by the World’s first Climate Change Museum “The Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change – Hong Kong” in addition to more than 100 other publications around the world. The diminishment of biodiversity as a result of Climate Change was addressed in Selva’s article titled “Green Policy and Crypto Energy Consumption in the EU.”.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

Serife Akkan’s first digital solo art show “One Door One Hundred Trees” will take place at the Pinelo Art Gallery in Istanbul, Turkey from June 5 to June 19, 2020, starting on World Environment Day. The inspiration behind her solo digital art show was fueled by the coronavirus pandemic quarantine which gave her ample time to paint her Climate Change themed paintings, which she hoped “to bring attention to, to set alarm bells about the destruction humans are making to their environment. Particularly since I first hand witnessed the rapid urbanization occurring in Istanbul during my lifetime.”

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

Selva Ozelli’s first digital solo art show “Art in the Time of Corona” will take place at the Pinelo Art Gallery in Istanbul, Turkey from June 5 to June 19, 2020, starting on World Environment Day. The inspiration behind the theme of her art show was Selva Ozelli’s fourteen corona virus themed paintings –including her painting titled “Tsunami” being selected for United Nation’s COVID19 Open Brief. “Tsunami” was also shortlisted in international Art in the Time of Corona competition held by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations. “Tsunami” is part of Atelier Teymur Rzayev First Digital Climate Change Art Show which is a registered UN World Environment Day and World Ocean Day digital event that has been published by World’s first climate change museum The Jockey Club Museum for Climate Change-Hong Kong:

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

Semine Hazar’s digital art show “Sea Watcher” will take place at the Pinelo Art Gallery in Istanbul, Turkey from June 8 to June 22, 2020, starting on World Oceans Day. “In 2017 I traveled to the Antarctic and firsthand witnessed the melting of the ice and with a great sound crash into the sea. This brought tears to my eyes. The light house in my painting marks the last inhabitable point in South America. I imagined that soon we would be moving this light house to the Antarctic.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020 ‘AMYGDALA’ Changeability stimulates connectedness, which in turn provokes evolution. Christina Kapetaniou explores the juxtaposition of nature responses and human ones to their continuous transformations. Unlike nature’s engagement of such alterations into its survival mechanisms, humans interpret them as interference in their existence. Once humans approach every existence as an entire environment, they can acknowledge that continuous reformations are not only their inherent characteristics but also the commonalities between them. What is at the core of such an environment is the existence of water as a possibility of development. Multivalent performances of water are inseparable from humans. Christina Kapetaniou depicts bodies as water environments. Water embodiment is one of her experimentations beyond human matter. Such vibrating, refracting, and reflecting environments communicate how alterations become commonalities stimulating endless evolution. Through amygdala stimulation, resonances of thoughts, memories, and emotional imprints shape her artworks, which then become environments of possibilities of mental, emotional and physical alterations activating viewers’ participation. Not only do viewers see rekindling memories and feelings but also they act. Thus, viewers become ‘spect-actors’ practicing their behavioural patterns and body responses. Ultimately, her creative approach rooted in experimentation yields multivalent possibilities of change and development both for her and ‘spect-actors’.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

How are we conscious about the model we live in? Individuals do not realize the patterns we see in a daily routine, state us about the sociological phenomena which requires precautions to be taken. Robotized people, standardized ideologies, unchecked informations… Aren’t they the reasons of our civilizations’ collapse? The photos are raising awareness on various topics: designed society, disappearance of belonging, governmental stalk, social pressure, apathy, invisible borders, loneliness, uncertainty, future anxiety, temporariness of individual, desire to rule, god creation, following the crowd, flattery and alienation of genuineness.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

The experienced gaze on the city, the gaze that scans its niches and caches; that gaze, with its reserve of experience, has claimed the right to be free. Unfettered by stereotypical perceptions of Athens, Vassilis Karakatsanis defines the extension of an active plan for the visual mapping of a broad personal fresco. It flows into Athens in a mood of equal confrontation, face to face, feeling by feeling, gesture by gesture, in order to finally exalt its own palimpsest, which carries a common body of memories and desires. Athens, as shown in Vassilis Karakatsanis’s new works, is more the idea of an Athens than its portrayal. It is more the distillation of a fantasy than its depiction. That is why, in his attempt to access the deep body of the city, by organizing a bridge from his earlier urban ‘Carpets’, Vassilis Karakatsanis, unites fragments and becomes the architect of new co-habitations. Against the full-frontal facades of the urban apartment blocks and old houses, Vassilis Karakatsanis juxtaposes his personal stories. There is a dovetailing between the innermost and the extroverted, in a dialogue that is not always obvious. Vassilis Karakatsanis, in a mood both accepting and conciliatory towards the city-nurturer, extends his gaze, from an inner niche to an urban clearing. There, in the multiethnic, multicultural city, on an urban theatre stage, pretty much everything happens. But what seems to abate is the silence amid the crowd, and also the relics of the personal microcosms, which, like oblations, like blazons, like chiselled pendants on an urban canvas symbolize a new, as yet not fully formed relationship.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

Antoaneliya Huban, student at the University of Shumen “Episkop Konstantin Preslavski”, second year, visual arts. He works with special desire in graphics and painting. He strives to recreate his ideas about spirituality, love and the valuable things in life.

 

 

 

 

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

Andrian Angelov, student at the University of Shumen “Episkop Konstantin Preslavski”, third year, Visual Arts. He expresses his creative ideas with his favorite geometric shapes through graphic art.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

PANDEMIC! IS THE PROBLEM IN “SELF”? “Chaos” continues, and humanity is just watching. We are sad! For our predictions verified. This was our claims in the manifesto of “Chaos” exhibition we opened last year. And we have no doubt that this will remain valid for a long time! Nothing changes when we add pandemics to title of this text! Let’s see what the title of same text in the future.

Virtual Group Exhibition, Jyunten & Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

「おそらく今後、世界は将来劇的に変化するでしょう。PINELO ART GALLERY(ピネーロアートギャラリー)と美術協会純展は、アジアの小さな国である日本で活動を始めた若いアーティストの展示を後援します。彼らはまだ未熟かもしれません。しかし、無限の可能性があります。 それは人類や国籍を超えた人類の貴重な宝物だと思います。さあ、彼らの絵を見てください。」 Perhaps the world will change drastically in the future. Pinelo Art Gallery and the JYUNTEN art association will sponsor and present young artists who have started out in Japan, a small Asian country. They may still be immature. , But there are endless possibilities, and I think it is a precious treasure of humanity beyond humanity and nationality. Now, look at their paintings.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

The artist preferred to paint portraits and fantastic items in her paintings. The topics in her paintings take us on a journey to the dream of the artist.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

“On the Shore of Baku” consists of photographs taken from the city, daily life, the Caspian Sea and the suburbans of the city. Abstract images, which are the expression of Baku after Soviet Russia, integrate with the moments of daily life and end on the Caspian coast. Bakü’nün Kıyısında; şehirden, gündelik yaşantıdan ayrıca hazar denizi ve şehrin kıyısındaki mahallerde çekilmiş fotoğraflardan oluşur. Sovyet Rusya sonrası Bakü’nün dışavurumu olan soyut görüntüler, gündelik yaşama ait anlarla bütünleşip, Hazar kıyısında son bulur.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

“Yulia Krasovska, a citizen of Ukraine, a member of the society of artists of Burgas, lives in Bulgaria. The works were drawn during the quarantine, these are real stories from the life of the artist and her daughter, who is 2.5 years old. A child, like an adult, is very difficult to experience this period and it is not clear why you can not walk in the Park, play in the sandbox. But, she does not despair and looks for entertainment in everything! “I have someone to learn from! And I draw the most vivid moments of our life during the quarantine. ” -says the artist.”

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

About Dilera Topaloglu Expressionist artist based in Istanbul. In her paintings, she utilizes strong and striking color techniques which span across both realistic and abstract touches. She incorporates acrylic paint, collaging and assemblage into her creations. During her improvised creative process, she captures the fleeting emotions of the moment in vivid color transitions, while exploring the interaction of acrylic paint with such speed. The bright and saturated colors in Dilera’s paintings transcend beyond the mundanities of everyday life while emphasizing her abstract and expressionistic plastic reality.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020 DEMENTIA ONLINE

“Is forgetting or the ability to forget makes us stronger or weaker?” Istanbul born artist Burak Boyraz’s (1986) new painting exhibition encourages his viewers to look for answers to that question. In his recent productions for his current painting exhibition titled “Dementia Online”, Boyraz focuses on the general characteristics of the memory. According to the artist, memory must be dealt with in a non-literary manner that goes beyond de facto expressions. Although letters and numbers can be specific to societies, requiring a certain degree of “know-how”, images and forms can travel beyond these boundaries and may serve as an instrument for all individuals, using them most simply to express himself/herself. From this point forth, Boyraz pictures vague forms inside “expressive” areas finding place on white / pastel surfaces, trying to catch “those images that are able to mingle with the memories of its viewer”.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

She was born in İstanbul, 1966. She graduated from Bosphorus University as a mechanical engineer. She had MS degree at Graz Technical University, Austria and also MS degree in Enginnering Management/Industrial Eng’g. at Marmara University. Now she studies philosophy at İstanbul University. She painted 4 years at Mustafa Özel Art School. Now she paints at her own studio and at Mustafa Özel Atelier with Altamira Art Initiation. She also works at Sculpture Atelier with Cenk Doğudan. At her paintings she tries to construct an abstract composition/world by using reality, but not real objects, beings.

Virtual Exhibition, International Action Art & Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

ARTISTS

Aleksandra Safflepova, Alina Mezhybovska, Arina Semian, Kosenkova Alisa, Mariia Shostakovska Merzlyakova Anastasiya, Mykhailo Tymkiv, Nikolaychuk Natalia, Nikolaychuk Sophia, Oleh Tymkiv Peresta Anastasiia, Porosolova Tetyana, Pushnina Viktoriia, Rita Maikova, Shkurko Daria Shynkarenko Yulia, Stroieva Evangelina, Ustynova Iryna, Vasyl Mishchenko, Voloshyna Anastasiia

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

Elli Chrysidou Born in Thessaloniki, Greece. Studied at the Ecole nationale des beaux-arts in Nancy. Has taught in the Thessaloniki branch (the French Institute) of the Saint-Etienne School of Fine Arts since 1991. Apart from painting, has also been involved in stage design, children’s book illustration, and posters (received first poster prize in the 21st Demetria Festival, Thessaloniki, and in the 2nd Biennale for Young European Artists of the Mediterranean). Has held 13 solo exhibitions since 1981, in Greece, Yugoslavia, and Germany, and shown her work in many group exhibitions.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

He is a Erasmus Student from University of Shumen, Bulgaria The image is presenting the paintings from his most recent exhibition in the City Gallery “Boris Georgiev”, Varna, Bulgaria. The exhibition started on 12.03.2020. The paintings are under quarantine and safely coughing on their own.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

Andriy Naboka was born in Kiev (Ukraine) 14 February 1985. In 2003 he joined the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture. Studied at the studio of Professor AM Lopukhov. Received bachelor status. In 2009 he joined the youth section of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020
Born in Bulgaria 22.03.1989. Master dregree in Fine Arts from New Bulgarian University. Exhibitions: Bulgaria, Greece, Miami and Cannes in France. Owned a Gallery in Burgas, Bulgaria. In the present moment live and work in the art circle in Nicosia Cyprus.

 

 

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

I mainly focus on the moments in which people let themselves flow, and the fleeting instances where they return to their true selves. As our society continiously coerces us to assume various roles and put on different masks, we often lose ourselves in the parts which are assigned to us. I strive to draw attention to the transient state of people who are experiencing their true selves in between these assigned roles as a reminder to provide an inward orientation, both, to myself and to the audience.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, June 2020

Artist – abstractionism from Ukraine. With my paintings I convey my inner world. I really love nature. She inspires me to excellence in paintings. The avant-garde landscape is full of bright and saturated colors, unusual vision and lines. All landscapes go beyond the boundaries of everyday life, showing the world with my own eyes. The subtleties of the hills and the plot share reality and fantasy.