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Elgiz Museum, Turkey's first contemporary art museum, brings art enthusiasts together with
its new selection from its collection named, "Colorful Days To Come ". The exhibition, which
began on May 28th, will be open to visitors until September. The adventure, which started
with the exhibition "Broken Dreams" in 2020 and continued with "Return to Life" in 2023,
progresses towards a colorful future with "Colorful Days To Come." This exhibition draws
attention with artworks reflecting the tomorrows in our lives.

The first artwork of our exhibition starts with Uğur Cinel's sculpture "The End of the World
We Know," inspired by the lotus that sees the sun from the depths of dark waters and
blooms, offering visitors a symbol of hope and rebirth at the beginning. Following this is
Yunus Tonkuş's "Standing Woman," Mahmut Aydın's sculpture "Wrapped in a Scarf," and
Atilla Saban's "Share," depicting ways to overcome social negativity through struggle. Ray
Harris's impressive performance "Hold Me Close and Let me Go" encourages the audience
not to give up despite the difficulty of the struggle. The continuation of the exhibition guides
the audience toward their dream world with more vivid colors.

Volkan Kızıltunç's piece "Unspectecular" presents scenes on observation, memory, and the
fluidity of time. Ergin İnan's "Separate Separate Details Dance" and Bedri Baykam's
"Confession Time" and "Inner Traces" series with Elena and Eternal Spring carry on our
adventure with valuable and colorful pieces of Turkish contemporary art in different styles.
Kaan Küley's mysterious sculpture "Hidden" questions hidden realities, while Nilbar Güreş's
mixed technique assemblage "Drawer" observes the impact of our past consciousness on
future traumas. Derya Özparlak's symbolic colorful balloons "Time to Lighten Up" reach
towards the sky and dreams, freeing themselves from these troubles. Sean Henry's "Lying
Man" reflects the desire for rest, and Bahar Oganer's "Rainy Sunday" reflects this wish for a
peaceful day.

In our new selection, Gilbert & George's "The World Has Set" and "Golden World" artist
frames, Pınar Yoldaş's experimental work "Cytopia: A Cell Dreams," Murat Germen's organic
Chromogenic print "Ars Accidentalis" created by glitch effect, Peter Bonde's "Bea-dan
Postcard" where natural and spontaneous colors merge, Hiroshi Sugito's abstract work
"Unnamed," Halil Vurucuoğlu's watercolor and cut paper collage technique leading work
"Returning to Green," Luca Zanetti's charcoal and resin formation "Shy Sexuality of
Dominique," Mehmet Güleryüz's mischievous painting "Spit," Ragıp Basmazölmez's "Caps"
representing internal migration, Deniz Kulaksızoğlu's "I Pieces," and Nurettin Bektaş's figures
embracing tightly with Love and Kezban Arca Batıbek's nostalgic installation "Kitsch Room
Project, How Far...," are also included.

Event Details
Event Name: Colorful Days To Come
Date: June 2024 - September 2024
Location: Elgiz Museum
Address: Meydan Sokak No: 1, Maslak, Istanbul
Visiting Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10:00-17:00; Saturday 10:00-16:00
Phone: 0535 458 82 37

Tuesday- Wednesday- Thursday- Friday
Closed on Sunday - Monday and public holidays.
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