Long-time illustrator and career-rich rewards and important customers, from Forbes to the New Yorker , Gürbüz Doǧan Ekşioǧlu seems to be one of those artists with inexhaustible creativity and the inexhaustible ability to experiment.
Unconscious, dreamy, fanciful: all elements of its boundless production, in which everyday objects often seem to live their own lives. Gürbüz seems irresistibly attracted by the representation of heaven , a surrealist element almost as an exemplary, above every other subject. Studied and depicted in the most diverse manners, the firmament appears in much of the latest works, in an admirable variety of interpretations and performances.
Combining this heterogeneous wealth of themes is the amusing and kind look of ours, a delightful childish desire to play and get lost in their sweet fantasies.
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