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Hakan Mandalinci


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I am inspired from the constellation from the human being and nature. At the second glimpse you think you can see an needle in the centre of the butterfly- or ist this an illusion??? This is an painting between "to be and not to be"- between alive and dead- but the beauty of the butterfly ist everlasting...

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Size:8 W x 12 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:13.25 W x 17.25 H x 1.2 D in

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The Turkish-born artist Hakan Mandalinci was born in Brackenheim in 1973. As an autodidact, he taught himself all art techniques through decades of self-study. Among them are many old master techniques, forgotten ones, contemporary, and self-invented ones. He applies these techniques in his series, some of which take up to 30 years to complete, such as the series INSECTORUM, which he began in 1992 and completed in 2022. His series flow seamlessly into each other, overlapping and branching out like a tree ultimately bearing fruit with his works. In his exhibition for his new series "Paradoxon 1.0", the initial works of the latest series "Paradoxon" were displayed alongside the final works of the previous series "Retro" and "Insectorum", representing an important transition for the viewer. Mandalinci now works simultaneously on two series: the series "Paradoxon", in which he depicts his experiences, fears, and passions as chain reactions in Fibonacci numbers and formats, using all the techniques he has learned and acquired. And the series "Poets", which can be seen as a continuation of his "Insectorum" series and will likely be the first to be influenced by Pop Art. Techniques: Drawings, Oilpaintings, Sculptures, Etching, Woodprint Actual series: PRADOXON and POETS Important series: INSECTORUM, RETRO, N2W2 The artist work in Germany, Italy and Turkey Contemporary site: Germany Wikipedia link:

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