Asli Akyuz is an artist who has garnered widespread recognition on the global stage. Having devoted over a decade to formal education and training, Akyuz has achieved mastery in a wide array of artistic techniques, including lithography, screen printing, etching, engraving, dry point, and mezzotint. Her artistic prowess knows no bounds, as she skillfully blends two or more of these techniques on a single canvas to create captivating and multi-dimensional pieces. At present, Akyuz’s latest body of work falls under the genre of impressionism, showcasing a remarkable fusion of softness, contemplation, and profound engagement. Through her art, she manages to convey emotions and reflections that resonate deeply with the viewers, leaving a lasting impact on their minds and hearts.
1/1 Exhibition : Near
“NEAR,” the debut exhibition at Zemin Berlin, showcased the remarkable works of Turkish artists and residents, marking their first appearance in the German capital. Centered around the theme of distance and human connection, the exhibition resonated deeply with visitors. Through diverse mediums, including paintings, sculptures, installations, and multimedia art, the artists explored the complexities of closeness and unity. Due to the challenges posed by COVID-19, “NEAR” took an innovative approach, becoming an online exhibition/screening event. Art enthusiasts could experience the artistry from the comfort of their homes, with live music sets streamed from Zemin Berlin. Despite the physical distance, the event called for a cross-cultural dialogue, bridging the gap between Berlin and Turkey. The exhibition’s success stimulated conversations and inspired a sense of interconnectedness. It left a lasting impact on the artistic community, further solidifying Zemin Berlin’s position as a leading platform for international artistic dialogue and enriching the global cultural fabric.