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Yildiz Ibram is studying and transposing the traditional elements into the contemporary decorative arts of today.

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Yıldız, Osmanlı seramiğini tanıtan eski okullar tarafından kullanılmış olan teknikleri ve renkleri iç içe kullanıyor.

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De origine Romano-Turca, Yildiz Ibram este nascuta la Cernavoda, in Dobrogea si traieste si lucreaza la Istanbul din anul 1995. In lucrarile sale de arta decorative Yildiz revigoreaza traditiile estetice otomane si legaturile stilistice cu spatiul Valah, abordand insa obiectele si design-ul intr-un unghi modern, actualizat.

Yildiz propune atat o stilizare in cheie moderna a elementelor estetice traditionale, cat si o esentializare a mesajului si o readucere in actualitate si in atentia publicului a caracterului peren al stilului Otoman si a ceramicii in acest stil. Temele decorative abordate si display-ul lor pe obiecte delicate ce pot fi si folosite in uzul cotidian dau o dimensiune aparte operei sale, amintind intr-un fel prin fromele organice de curentul art-nouveau dar in cheie orientala.

Atat obiectele de ceramica fina cat si pictura care le decoreaza sunt realizate manual de artista in atelierul sau din inima Istanbulului.

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Of Turkish-Romanian origins, Yildiz Ibram is born in Cernavoda, in the Romanian Dobrudja, and she lives and works in Istanbul since 1995. In her works of decorative art Yildiz revives the Otoman aesthetic traditions and their links with the Valach space, all the while approaching the objects and their deisgn in a modern angle.

Yildiz proposes both a stylizing in modern key of the traditional aesthetic elements, and an essentialization of the message along with bringing in actuality and in public’s attention the perennial character of the Ottoman style and its ceramics. The deocrative theme and their display on the delicate objects that can be used in daily routines give a dimension apart to her works, remind thourhg its organic forms of the art-nouveau movement with an oriental twist. Both the ceramic objects and the fine painting that decorates them are handmade in Yildiz’s workshop in the heart of Istanbul.

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