“THERE’S NO THROUGH TRAIL” —HAN-SHAN, TRANSLATED BY GARY SNYDER
/ Two Works

Two Works

by Guliz Mutlu

We know what we are, but not what we may be

Artist’s Statement

We know what we are, but not what we may be, 2021.
(Artwork, Black and White, Vertical, Portrait)

Jeanne Hébuterne Modigliani, Installation on the photography, 2021.
(Fine Art, Vertical, Color Image, Three Dimensional, Futuristic, Modern, Blue, Paint, Watercolor Painting, Original Design, Pattern, Illustration, Abstract, Decoration, Textured)

Guliz Mutlu

About Guliz Mutlu

Guliz Mutlu b. 1978, Turkey. Post Doctorate degree on ‘Tenebrismo’, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Catalunya, Spain.

artisticK https://youtube.com/channel/UCFupH-kyvrdFJGiTmS9oXFg

International Art Awards & Exhibitions in 2022: 11th All Women Art Awards and Exhibition, Excellence in Art on Photography, Florida, US. 13th Abstracts Art Competition and Exhibition, Excellence in Art on Painting, Florida, US. 21st Women’s Day Exhibition, Canada. Light & Shade Art Prize and Exhibition, Los Angeles, California, US. Boomer Gallery’s Icon Show, Group Exhibition, London, U.K. 12th Figurative Art Awards and Exhibition, Excellence in Art on Photography, Florida, US. 5th Abstract Art Prize and Exhibition of International Art Show,  Los Angeles, California, US.

International Literary Awards in French: Prix Renée Vivien 2011 (L’Académie Renée Vivien), Grand Prix de L’Écriture Poétique Francophone 2012 (La Société des Poètes et Artistes de France), Prix Jean Aicard 2012 (Les Amis de Jean Aicard), Prix de la Flore 2012 (L’organisation Sauvons la Luzerne), UNESCO World Poetry Prize 2012, 2013.

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