Istanbul Painter Renan Ertosun Exhibition in Podgorica

By , 05 May 2019, 01:51 AM Lifestyle
Istanbul Painter Renan Ertosun Exhibition in Podgorica Copyrights: Renan Ertosun Online Catalogue

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04 May 2019 - Istanbul painter Renan Ertosun will present her work to the Podgorica public with an exhibition of paintings "Speed, colour and movement". The exhibition will be a showcase for the Turkish artist opening on Monday, May 6 at the exhibition hall of the Cultural and Informational Centre Budo Tomović at 6 pm.

Renan Ertosun paintings put a focus on colours, shapes, and light. She has been painting from a young age, and as she likes to say, her “desire to paint is an unstoppable impulse just like breathing”. Ertosun graduated from the Ankara University Faculty of Pharmacy, but she never gave up painting. From 1987, she started working together in the workshops of painters such as Mine Arasan, Bahattin Odabaşı, Yusuf Taktak and Ekrem Kahraman. During the late 90s and early 2000s, she participated in many individuals/joint exhibitions and art fairs both within Turkey and internationally. The artist ensures her works at the studio in Asmalimescit, Beyoglu, Istanbul. Her paintings were exhibited in Autoshow in 2003, in Mercedes-Benz Showroom, Etiler, "Bir İstanbul Masalı" Serial for ATV Television, in various collections both in Turkey and abroad such as TUYAP Art Museum, SAV Automobile Museum, hotels and private collections.

Racing, Formula 1, fast cars, but also yachts and planes are in the focus of her work, and Ertosun focuses on their form, speed, colour, excitement and adrenaline that they symbolize. The motto "speed, colour and movement" become recognizable for her work. Renan developed a contemporary style of painting, featuring a fusion of vibrant colours and light, as well as dynamic brush strokes.

The exhibition at the Cultural Centre Budo Tomović will be open from May 6 to 12.

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