– Exhibition turns clocks into artwork

May 19, 2017

Appealing to clock devotees and hosted by Beran Toksöz, the creator and curator of the project, the ICONS Exhibition was recently opened to visitors at Türker Art Gallery with a special party. Displaying watercolor paintings of 11 clocks chosen by Beran Toksöz, selected from prominent examples of clock making history, the exhibition offers a different approach to art.

Combining the drawings of Güneş Engin with Beren Toksöz’s creativity, the exhibition is a kind of unique experience for clock devotees thanks to the models reflecting the souls of collectors. Toksöz is both the curator of the exhibition and the creator of the idea that clocks can be exhibited in an artistic context.

Thanks to the special tempera illustration conducted by artist GüneşEngin, the ICONS Exhibition” is the first exhibition combining clocks and arts in the painting form. Displaying the artwork created by combining the watercolor technique and technology, ICONS will attract the attention of both clock collectors and art lovers.

The 11 iconic models chosen for the exhibition are Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, Chopard L.U.C 1860, IWC Big Pilot’s Watch, Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso, Officine Panerai Radiomir, Omega Speedmaster, Patek Philippe Nautilus, Piaget Altiplano, Rolex Cosmograph Daytona, Tag Heuer Monaco and Vacheron Constantin Historique American 1921. ICONS will be open to visitors at Türker Art Gallery until May 27.

When: Until May 27

Where: Türker Art Gallery – All News First!

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