Nurettin Erkan Catalogues
for the Trees"
Madison, Wisconsin, USA
Body And Stone in Nurettin Erkan's Paintings
Angels in the stage
"The process of being and anonymization"
2003 ARCOLA GALLERY,
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"The Footsteps of my Stranger"
Özlem Hemiş ÖZTÜRK
"Joy of Despair"
Bu üç görsel
121 sanatçıyı kapsayan
"Masters of today"katalogunun kapagı
ve Nurettin Erkan'a ait olan iç sayfalarının
FAMOUS-121 Contemporary Artists
global art book
released June 2007
Hardcover, 264 PAGES
Edited and Published by MOT
8.5X8.5 IN / 22x22 cm
Londra'da yaşayan şair Maria Deyana'nın
adlı şiir kitabının kapak görseli Nurettin Erkan'ın bir resminden
Poems by Maria Deyana
Poems in poetry book “The
Wounds” is one whole made of one could say, three different cycles
of poetric weaving with the aim to sing a destiny of one being in
a whirlwind of distruction at the end of the twentieth century in
the agitated Balkans. Scream and shout of the destroyed, moan of
the outcasts and dignity of a man are the constants that hold this
poetry upright, poetry weaved from deepest living experience and
spread as a statement that does not leave anyone impassive. The
poet knows from the experience what she wants from her poems, she
plays with emotions that vary, as well as the maserly mother
tongue that she observes from a decent distance not forgetting all
of it's beauties and meanings.
Her poetry is woven from
dreams, but also from life in which she does not forget, but
forgives, in which one can see bottom, but also feel hope. All
stipulations that the poet is offering to us are open, but at the
same time hidden so we can slowly and with pleasere unravel them
And when she goes together with us, or we with
her, to the future, and maybe even further, she says in her poem
"Brother or Angel"
"And we shall go
With sufferings carved