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Evren Sungur

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'Father & Son' (2011), oil on canvas, 250x200cm
'Untitled' (2012), oil on canvas, 250x200cm
'Untitled' (2012), oil on canvas, 250x200cm
'Untitled' (2012), oil on paper, 180x150cm
'Untitled' (2011), oil on canvas, 250x200cm


Evren Sungur approaches painting from a point of view that celebrates austerity and severity. Aggressive color schemes predominate canvases often measuring over 200cm, and angular, unsympathetic figures create a jarring sensory overload. The paintings are based conceptually in human nature and male/female relationships, but articulated through a palette and appearance mostly reminiscent of Chinese propaganda art of the early 20th century.

EVREN SUNGUR holds a BA in Fine Arts from the Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University (2007) as well as a BA in Engineering-Architecture from Yeditepe University (2002). Solo exhibitions include Tour De Force, Galeri Zilberman, Istanbul (2012), Instabul Summer Exhibition, Sanat Limani, Istanbul (2011) and Volume I, Galeri Espas, Istanbul (2010). Fair participation includes; Contemporary Istanbul (2011), Marrakech Art Fair, (2011) and Berliner Liste, (2011). Sungur is also one of the artists included in 100 Painters of Tomorrow.



Evren Sungur approaches painting from a point of view that celebrates austerity and severity. Aggressive color schemes predominate canvases often measuring over 200cm, and angular, unsympathetic figures create a jarring sensory overload. The paintings are based conceptually in human nature and male/female relationships, but articulated through a palette and appearance mostly reminiscent of Chinese propaganda art of the early 20th century.

EVREN SUNGUR holds a BA in Fine Arts from the Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University (2007) as well as a BA in Engineering-Architecture from Yeditepe University (2002). Solo exhibitions include Tour De Force, Galeri Zilberman, Istanbul (2012), Instabul Summer Exhibition, Sanat Limani, Istanbul (2011) and Volume I, Galeri Espas, Istanbul (2010). Fair participation includes; Contemporary Istanbul (2011), Marrakech Art Fair, (2011) and Berliner Liste, (2011). Sungur is also one of the artists included in 100 Painters of Tomorrow.