STONELINE PROJECT OPENING EXHIBITION

MARCH 17th – MAY 7th, 2016

11th personal painting exhibit of Rüçhan Şahinoğlu, “On the Outside” can be viewed at Stoneline Project between the dates of March 17th and May 7th, 2016. In Şahinoğlu’s exhibit, concepts of lack of communication, loneliness and alienation which are the main topics of her works, are transferred to the urban environment. 

This time, empty streets, deprived facades of the buildings, tense electrical transformers, but mostly, lonely streetlights are included in her paintings. Streetlights which were the iconographic elements of the recent paintings of the artist, transform themselves into silent witnesses of the fast, loud and ambitious flow of the city.

STONELINE PROJECT OPENING EXHIBITION

MARCH 17th -MAY 7th, 2016

Rüçhan Şahinoğlu’s 11th personal painting exhibition “Outside” can be seen at the Stoneline Project between March 17th and May 7th, 2016. In Şahinoğlu’s exhibition, the concepts of lack of communication, loneliness and alienation, which are the basic traces of his Works.

This time in the pictures there are desolate streets, soul-free building facades, electric power transformers, but most of them are street lamps that stand on their own. These street lamps, which are the basic iconographic elements of the artist’s recent paintings, become almost silent renown for the fast, loud, ambitious flow of the city.

STONELINE PROJECT OPENING EXHIBITION

Stoneline Project Opening Exhibition

MARCH 17th – MAY 7th, 2016

11th personal painting exhibit of Rüçhan Şahinoğlu, “On the Outside” can be viewed at Stoneline Project between the dates of March 17th and May 7th, 2016. In Şahinoğlu’s exhibit, concepts of lack of communication, loneliness and alienation which are the main topics of her works, are transferred to the urban environment. 

This time, empty streets, deprived facades of the buildings, tense electrical transformers, but mostly, lonely streetlights are included in her paintings. Streetlights which were the iconographic elements of the recent paintings of the artist, transform themselves into silent witnesses of the fast, loud and ambitious flow of the city.