Belgin Yucelen

Belgin Yucelen creates sculptures, installations, movies and prints exploring memory, the past and today’s ethics intending to enhance our imaginations and consciousness. She studied sculpture at the Florence Accademia D'Arte in Florence, University of Colorado Boulder, Art Students League of Denver and Scottsdale Art School. Her work is represented at national and international galleries. She continuously participates in national and international exhibitions at museums, universities and other art venues. In her recent work she discusses the concept of time and the transitions in individuals and societies through time. Her past work attempted to understand transitions in individuals and societies. “Journey of a Thousand Years” which included bronze sculptures with etched mirrors was an analysis of how the self is shaped by experiences over time. “Time” series inlaid with gold, embracing the Japanese concept of treating breakage as part of the past of an object suggested the frailty of each moment. “Clothes from the Past” installation of sculptural garments redefined a past culture’s sophistication in a contemporary form. “Overwritten Scripts” included prints elaborating on how the manipulation of the religious scripture influenced social and cultural norms. “Words” installation, which included an audio element, was aimed to encourage people to listen to each other more. In “Floating Children”, a collaboration with photojournalist Brian Rutter, the installation featuring floating transparent fabric with photographs of Syrian children was her way of speaking to the fragility of children in times of war.

House of Serein

When a dream comes true….. To create a community place where artists, writers, poets, and other passionate people can exchange ideas and build connections has been in my thoughts for a long time. This fall when the geese were about to return, this dream came through.. I founded “House of Serein”  House of Serein is located in a spacious …

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Semblance: Sculptural Metal Dresses

    Semblance: Sculptural Metal Dresses by Belgin Yücelen Opens at the Customs House Museum, Clarksville, TN. Sculptural Garments Portraying a Past Culture’s Sophistication in a Contemporary Form Exhibition: Semblance: Sculptural Metal Dresses by Belgin Yücelen Venue: Customs House Museum, 200 S 2nd St, Clarksville, TN 37040 Location: Jostons Gallery Dates: November 5th, 2019 and …

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Art of Data a group exhibition at the Boulder Public Library

Art of Data

Boulder Library, Dec 14, 2018 – Feb 3, 2019   The “Art of Data” exhibition features local artists who used the City of Boulder’s Open Data Catalog and other public data sources as inspiration for their artwork.  The vision behind the exhibition was to encourage community members to use the City of Boulder’s data in …

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Identity Spectrum, Susquehanna Art Museum, belgin yucelen

Identity Spectrum – A Group Exhibition on Personal Identity

Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, PA, May 4 – August 5, 2018     “Identity Spectrum” is a juried exhibition in the Lobby Gallery and Vault at the Susquehanna Art Museum. As one of the fundamental aspects of personal identity, gender has been examined by artists throughout history. Society is experiencing the increased politicization of identity …

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Edge of Excess Foundry Art Center Belgin Yucelen

Edge of Excess – A Group Exhibition on Obsessions

Foundry Art Center, Saint Charles, MO, May 11 – June 22, 2018   This all-media exhibition asks artists to dig into true passion – when the significance of a subject becomes immersive. Obsession can take many forms.  Collections and intense repetition are common examples of how a single object made multiple is physical manifestation of …

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Artivism - a group exhibition at Pollak Gallery, Monmouth University

Artivism – A Group Exhibition on Positive Change in Society

Pollak Gallery, Monmouth University, NJ, April 1-May 31, 2018     Artivism involves an entire practice that attempts to inspire positive change in society. This juried exhibition features works of art that employ spectacle, symbolism and collective participation to fight for issues of social justice including racial discrimination, gender equality, fair labor practices, human rights …

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