medial 4. art biennial [2018]
Kenan Koçak. Turkey                

1.Anthracitous, 2015 Enamel on MDF 104x207 cm.    2.Pomegranate Flowers, 2012 Enamel, oil and nails on MDF 40x60 cm.    3. Wounded Peace, 2007 Oil on canvas 50x70 cm.   4.Make a Wish, 2009 Oil and textile on canvas 101x60 cm.    5.Golden Fleece, 2017 Oil and gold leaf (imitation) on canvas) 40x60 cm.    6.Touch, 2009 Oil-enamel on canvas 66x100 cm.    7.Cat, 2013 Oil-enamel on MDF 65x45 cm.     8.Connections, 2013 Oil on MDF 65x45 cm.    9.Sun Birds, 2016 Oil on MDF 73x100 cm.    10.Feeling like Birds, 2014 Oil on MDF 100x73 cm.    11.Sun Rise, 2015 Enamel on MDF 104x69 cm.    12.Simurgh, 2016 Oil on MDF 80x66 cm.
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Kenan K.
He was born on 11 August 1956 in Turkey. He started oil painting at June-2006 by working in Hızır Teppeev's atelier. Now, he works as a freelance painter at Edremit/Balikesir Turkey…  “Constructive freedom” is the essence of his works since he believes that destruction is one of the biggest issues to be tackled in today’s World. He thinks that; Art is a process of creation aesthetically and aesthetics is an articulated sense of values that come through nature.
Then, Art should contribute by being in and for life, with esthetic and refined values. By this, it will become more suggestive as not only for what it is but what it serves. Awareness of being a lucky generation; in a sense of having the opportunity to comprehend and experience the quantum era more; will reflect its place in the art, and art hopefully will contribute more. In terms of techniques; he tries to explore his inner senses for the harmony of means and ends, as experimentation through the door of intuition… Every artwork has its own path and a particular way of contact with a receiver. Since the artwork becomes a separate and an independent identity when finished, it is better to let it communicate by itself. The more you get into them the more they will communicate... Please, let them speak silently...