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Fatih Gurbuz

Fatih Gurbuz born 1985 in the province of Diyarbakir, is an artist living in Istanbul, Turkey. He attended the Diyarbakir Anatolian Fine Arts High School then the Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University Painting Department and earned a masters degree from the Lviv National Academy of Arts.

In March 2016 he had a solo sold out exhibition, Calm Disturbance,” in Istanbul
“The fundamental goal of my studies of the psychosis of mind-spirit-body concepts is to respond to questions and then, rather than insist on the response, to ask questions of the observer in a thought-provoking way.

According to Nietzsche, who speaks of a being that surrounds, nourishes, and guides mankind, nature is the fount of creation. In this sense, the individual’s understanding of nature in his comprehension of his own boundaries within the cosmos. Acting from here, I build my compositions based on the central triad nature-animal-human.

The place, the setting for this three-element composition develops independently of a hierarchal arrangement; as a result, the work’s intertwined events and my own spiritual movements present the most important contribution to the composition’s formation.
Using realist technique’s, I create a supernatural or transcendent atmosphere in my works – sometimes supported with daily events, sometimes with mythological elements – taking as the pictures chief elements the figures of the human being, who exists within a limitless space, and those of the animals that accompany him.

Body and spirit, or meaning and form… we can call this ‘the dialectical l harmony of the absolute.”

Artist Statement

“The fundamental goal of my studies of the psychosis of mind-spirit-body concepts is to respond to questions and then,
rather than insist on the response, to ask questions of the observer in a thought-provoking way.

According to Nietzsche, who speaks of a being that surrounds, nourishes, and guides mankind, nature is the fount of creation. In this sense, the individual’s understanding of nature in his comprehension of his own boundaries within the cosmos. Acting from here, I build my compositions based on the central triad nature-animal-human.
The place, the setting for this three-element composition develops independently of a hierarchal arrangement; as a result, the work’s intertwined events and my own spiritual movements present the most important contribution to the composition’s formation.
Using realist technique’s, I create a supernatural or transcendent atmosphere in my works – sometimes supported with daily events, sometimes with mythological elements – taking as the pictures chief elements the figures of the human being, who exists within a limitless space, and those of the animals that accompany him.

Body and spirit, or meaning and form… we can call this ‘the dialectical l harmony of the absolute.”

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The Hunting Ground

45" x 80" / 114.3 x 203.2cm
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42" x 66" / 106.7 x 167.6cm
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The Sinking of the Gaia

24" x 20" / 61 x 50.8cm
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20" x 20" / 50.8 x 50.8cm
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Crown and Crows

18" x 24" / 45.7 x 61cm
Watercolor on Clay Panel

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20" x 20" / 50.8 x 50.8cm
Oil on Wood Panel

A Story That I Am In

36" x 27" / 91.4 x 68.6cm
Oil and Mixed Media on Canvas

The Other Side of Now Is The Same Side As Then

84" x 48" / 213.4 x 121.9cm
Oil and Mixed Media on Canvas

Sweet and Tender Hooligan

16.5" x 12" / 41.9 x 30.5cm
Oil on Aluminum

I’m More Than My Story

16" x 32" / 40.6 x 81.3cm
Watercolor on Clay Panel

Bela

6" x 6" / 15.2 x 15.2cm
Watercolor on Clay Panel

Possibilities

12" x 12" / 30.5 x 30.5cm
Oil on Canvas

Never Underestimate the Power

12" x 12" / 30.5 x 30.5cm
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The Wait

20" x 16" / 50.8 x 40.6cm
Oil on Canvas

Union Soldier

7.1" x 5.6" / 18 x 14.2cm
Acrylic on Panel

The Old Man’s Shoes

44" x 32" / 111.8 x 81.3cm
Oil on Canvas

Interior, After Degas

32" x 44" / 81.3 x 111.8cm
Oil on Canvas

Berlin

28" x 22" / 71.1 x 55.9cm
Oil on Canvas

The Blue Fan

38" x 26" / 96.5 x 66cm
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