Continuing her productions in Eskişehir, artist Ağıt Uğur Uludağ, born in Osmaniye in 1989, opens her 7th Solo Painting Exhibition titled "Hallucination" at Mira Koldaş Art Gallery on November 3. The exhibition includes 20 oil paintings of the artist's latest works.

Ağıt Uğur Uludağ graduated from Anadolu University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Painting with the first place in 2013, and completed his master's degree at Osmangazi University, Faculty of Art and Design, Department of Visual Arts Painting in 2021. To date, he has participated in more than 80 group exhibitions, dozens of fairs and art workshops, and opened 6 Personal Painting Exhibitions. He also analyzes works of art on the channel called "What Does Art Tell" on YouTube.

The artist's paintings add Surrealist nuances to the ambiances he creates under the influence of Romanticism. As a subject, it implicitly deals with the subconscious and dilemmas of modern man. The dark turquoise tones that stand out clearly in his paintings also give the paintings a mystical atmosphere.

The “Hallucination” exhibition offers an adventure in which the artist questions the border between reality and imagination and invites the viewer to go beyond this border. The paintings in the exhibition reveal the fantastic worlds created by the artist based on his own hallucinations. In these worlds, unexpected relationships are formed between people, animals, plants and objects. The artist encourages the viewer to explore the meaning of these relationships and create their own hallucinations.

The exhibition can be visited at Mira Koldaş Art Gallery in Ankara between 1 November - 15 November 2023.