SEÇKIN PIRIM FEATURED IN ALEM

C24 GALLERY'S SEÇKIN PIRI'S FIRST SOLO EXHIBITION

EMRE-MAIDE KURTTEPELI, SEÇKIN PİRİM, ASLI SOYAK, MEL DOĞAN

EMRE-MAIDE KURTTEPELI, SEÇKIN PİRİM, ASLI SOYAK, MEL DOĞAN


The C24 Gallery, the first Turkish gallery in the Chelsea neighborhood known for its major galleries in New York, is home to major exhibitions. Maide-Emre Kurttepeli, Aslı, Erkut Soyak and Mel Dogan have a two-story, 200-square-meter gallery where the works of Turkish and foreign artists are exhibited. C24 Gallery in New York, the opening ceremony of the award-winning sculpture and design artist Seçkin Pirim, Hypochondriac, was opened. Emre-Maide Kurtepeli hosted the opening ceremony and there was intense interest in New York art circles. Art lovers from Istanbul also participated in the opening ceremony. This exhibition was the first exhibition of Seçkin Pirim at the C24 Gallery and the works exhibited on the two-story gallery were met with interest. The exclusive Pirim exhibition will continue to meet art lovers until October 29.

The works produced by the distinguished Pirim using different materials such as paper and plexiglass come from two parts symmetrically and asymmetrically. Seçkin Pirim has set out from his own life directly for this exhibition with minimal lines. Hypochondriac, which carries the name of the sergin, means sick patient. The artist struggled with this discomfort for two years and realized that what brought him to this point in the treatment process was caused by external factors and discovered that the physician and the physician were in fact self- In other words, that healing power is in itself, in this case purified by artistic production.The main idea of the show is that the artist's spontaneous and unconscious production, which is the exact opposite of the symmetrical, millimetric and optical effect experienced in previous works, is brought together. Seeking that the impaired person or the impure person is ill, Seçkin Pirim admits that both of them belong to him without any internal criticism.