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The Centaur's Daughter
Pencil, acrylic, gouache, soft pastel and colored pencil on paper, 100 x 70 cm

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  • Sofa
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  • Kranos
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  • My Boring Vassals
  • Tarboosh

Burak Dak

İstanbul, 1988

Dak graduated from Istanbul Avni Akyol Anatolian Fine Arts High School Painting Department in 2009 and continued his art education at Mimar Sinan University Painting Department.  Participated in First Screenings (2013), Signs of Time Outside / Dream (2014), Head to the World on the Balcony (2015), Celebration and Memories (2015), Journey to Myself (2015), Illustration (2016), If you don’t have another plan (2019).  He took part in Contemporary Istanbul in 2014 with Signs of the Time.  His works met with the audience in the 1st and 2nd editions of the Open Exhibition held in the Open Space with 40 Meters, 4 Walls, 8 Cubes, one of the parallel events that took place within the scope of the 14th Istanbul Biennial.

Burak Dak constructs the metaphorical discourse in his works on the combination of many images to create a new form. While the symbols used by the artist based on myths and folklore are transformed into amorphous bodies, they are inspired by half-human, half-animal mythological characters.  Dak uses pencil, acrylic, gouache, soft pastel, and dry paint on paper in his paintings, which are about the spirituality that people who cannot face their past and their own reality are the main obstacles in their search for a solution.  There are surreal decors in the background of the artist's composition.