Ardan Ozmenoglu “Through The Looking Glass”

Emmanuel Fremin

poster for Ardan Ozmenoglu “Through The Looking Glass”

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Artist Ardan Özmenoğlu creates mesmerizing 3D artworks by using nail polish on glass panels and layering them into one consistent three-dimensional sculpture.

The artist uses clear or semi-clear materials like paper and glass as an art board. She basically separates the objects which she is interested in drawing into layered pictures. Each piece of glass, each layer, looks abstract. Only when she combines them in rows one can see the whole of the artwork. A noteworthy quality of her artworks is the they change shape in accordance with the viewing angle of the spectator.

Ardan Özmenoğlu is a Turkish artist that uses her art in order to investigate how the permanence or ephemerality of images throughout history have affected human culture. Ardan Ozmenoglu is a mixed-media contemporary artist characterized by her original use of medium, design, and content. Since her first exhibition in 2006, her work has been featured in over forty exhibitions worldwide including Istanbul, Basel, Berlin, London, and Milan. Her works can also be found in important collections internationally such as the Frankfurt Airport Collection, Osthaus Museum Hagen Collection, Kala Art Institute Collection, Borusan Contemporary Art Collection, UniCredit Bank Art Collection, and the Istanbul Modern Collection amongst others.



from July 11, 2019 to August 31, 2019

Opening Reception on 2019-07-11 from 18:00 to 20:00


Ardan Ozmenoglu

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