MEET 
THE 
ARTIST

MEET 
THE 
ARTIST

MEET 
THE 
ARTIST

MEET 
THE 
ARTIST

MEET 
THE 
ARTIST

Künstlerportrait

UĞUR ULUSOY

UĞUR ULUSOY

UĞUR ULUSOY

UĞUR ULUSOY

UĞUR ULUSOY

SETAREH is pleased to present Meet the Artist, an online series where you will get to know young talented artists and their work. An insight to their practice, connection to art and what inspires them. In this episode we present Uğur Ulusoy.

SETAREH is pleased to present Meet the Artist, an online series where you will get to know young talented artists and their work. An insight to their practice, connection to art and what inspires them. In this episode we present Uğur Ulusoy.

SETAREH is pleased to present Meet the Artist, an online series where you will get to know young talented artists and their work. An insight to their practice, connection to art and what inspires them. In this episode we present Uğur Ulusoy.

SETAREH is pleased to present Meet the Artist, an online series where you will get to know young talented artists and their work. An insight to their practice, connection to art and what inspires them. In this episode we present Uğur Ulusoy.

SETAREH is pleased to present Meet the Artist, an online series where you will get to know young talented artists and their work. An insight to their practice, connection to art and what inspires them. In this episode we present Uğur Ulusoy.

Uğur Ulusoy (b. 1984 in Oberhausen) studied at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Braunschweig, where he graduated as a "Meisterschüler" of Hartmut Neumann. In 2020 he completed a formative year under Franz Ackermann at the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Karlsruhe. He has been awarded the advancement award "Hans-Purrmann-Preis" and the ‚Kunstpreis »junger westen« 2019 - Malerei’. In 2020 he participated in the exhibition "I´m not always where my body is" at the Kunstverein Braunschweig and in "hybr!de (r)evolut!on" at SETAREH X.

Uğur Ulusoy (b. 1984 in Oberhausen) studied at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Braunschweig, where he graduated as a "Meisterschüler" of Hartmut Neumann. In 2020 he completed a formative year under Franz Ackermann at the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Karlsruhe. He has been awarded the advancement award "Hans-Purrmann-Preis" and the ‚Kunstpreis »junger westen« 2019 - Malerei’. In 2020 he participated in the exhibition "I´m not always where my body is" at the Kunstverein Braunschweig and in "hybr!de (r)evolut!on" at SETAREH X.

Uğur Ulusoy (b. 1984 in Oberhausen) studied at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Braunschweig, where he graduated as a "Meisterschüler" of Hartmut Neumann. In 2020 he completed a formative year under Franz Ackermann at the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Karlsruhe. He has been awarded the advancement award "Hans-Purrmann-Preis" and the ‚Kunstpreis »junger westen« 2019 - Malerei’. In 2020 he participated in the exhibition "I´m not always where my body is" at the Kunstverein Braunschweig and in "hybr!de (r)evolut!on" at SETAREH X.

Uğur Ulusoy (b. 1984 in Oberhausen) studied at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Braunschweig, where he graduated as a "Meisterschüler" of Hartmut Neumann. In 2020 he completed a formative year under Franz Ackermann at the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Karlsruhe. He has been awarded the advancement award "Hans-Purrmann-Preis" and the ‚Kunstpreis »junger westen« 2019 - Malerei’. In 2020 he participated in the exhibition "I´m not always where my body is" at the Kunstverein Braunschweig and in "hybr!de (r)evolut!on" at SETAREH X.

Uğur Ulusoy (b. 1984 in Oberhausen) studied at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Braunschweig, where he graduated as a "Meisterschüler" of Hartmut Neumann. In 2020 he completed a formative year under Franz Ackermann at the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Karlsruhe. He has been awarded the advancement award "Hans-Purrmann-Preis" and the ‚Kunstpreis »junger westen« 2019 - Malerei’. In 2020 he participated in the exhibition "I´m not always where my body is" at the Kunstverein Braunschweig and in "hybr!de (r)evolut!on" at SETAREH X.

16v1 klein

be honest now
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel,
spray paint and ink on linen 
150 x 380 cm

 12.800 EUR

be honest now
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel,
spray paint and ink on linen 
150 x 380 cm

 12.800 EUR

be honest now
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel,
spray paint and ink on linen 
150 x 380 cm

 12.800 EUR

be honest now
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel,
spray paint and ink on linen 
150 x 380 cm

 12.800 EUR

be honest now
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel,
spray paint and ink on linen 
150 x 380 cm

 12.800 EUR

07

zivistana qehwegî 
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and
ink on different fabrics
170 x 130 cm

7.200 EUR

zivistana qehwegî 
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and
ink on different fabrics
170 x 130 cm

7.200 EUR


zivistana qehwegî 
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and
ink on different fabrics
170 x 130 cm

7.200 EUR

zivistana qehwegî 
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and
ink on different fabrics
170 x 130 cm

7.200 EUR

zivistana qehwegî 
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and
ink on different fabrics
170 x 130 cm

7.200 EUR

Ulusoy works with different textiles, which he paints in rich colours. He hangs them on the wall as panels or held by frames and creates, collage-like interwoven, large-format landscapes. This happens in intuitive processes between structured working methods and free development, comparable to the 'écriture automatique'. Expressive application of paint and energetic, vibrant colours characterise his works. Merging colour surfaces alternate with anthropomorphic forms, small-scale architectural structures with writings and stencils. The given space and atmosphere play an active role during the artistic process, as they stimulate an influence the artwork and become part of the work itself. 

Ulusoy works with different textiles, which he paints in rich colours. He hangs them on the wall as panels or held by frames and creates, collage-like interwoven, large-format landscapes. This happens in intuitive processes between structured working methods and free development, comparable to the 'écriture automatique'. Expressive application of paint and energetic, vibrant colours characterise his works. Merging colour surfaces alternate with anthropomorphic forms, small-scale architectural structures with writings and stencils. The given space and atmosphere play an active role during the artistic process, as they stimulate an influence the artwork and become part of the work itself. 

Ulusoy works with different textiles, which he paints in rich colours. He hangs them on the wall as panels or held by frames and creates, collage-like interwoven, large-format landscapes. This happens in intuitive processes between structured working methods and free development, comparable to the 'écriture automatique'. Expressive application of paint and energetic, vibrant colours characterise his works. Merging colour surfaces alternate with anthropomorphic forms, small-scale architectural structures with writings and stencils. The given space and atmosphere play an active role during the artistic process, as they stimulate an influence the artwork and become part of the work itself. 

Ulusoy works with different textiles, which he paints in rich colours. He hangs them on the wall as panels or held by frames and creates, collage-like interwoven, large-format landscapes. This happens in intuitive processes between structured working methods and free development, comparable to the 'écriture automatique'. Expressive application of paint and energetic, vibrant colours characterise his works. Merging colour surfaces alternate with anthropomorphic forms, small-scale architectural structures with writings and stencils. The given space and atmosphere play an active role during the artistic process, as they stimulate an influence the artwork and become part of the work itself. 

Ulusoy works with different textiles, which he paints in rich colours. He hangs them on the wall as panels or held by frames and creates, collage-like interwoven, large-format landscapes. This happens in intuitive processes between structured working methods and free development, comparable to the 'écriture automatique'. Expressive application of paint and energetic, vibrant colours characterise his works. Merging colour surfaces alternate with anthropomorphic forms, small-scale architectural structures with writings and stencils. The given space and atmosphere play an active role during the artistic process, as they stimulate an influence the artwork and become part of the work itself. 

12

beautiful Basel
2021
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and
ink on different fabrics, mounted on wooden frame
160 x 230 cm

9.400 EUR

beautiful Basel
2021
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and
ink on different fabrics, mounted on wooden frame
160 x 230 cm

9.400 EUR

beautiful Basel
2021
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and
ink on different fabrics, mounted on wooden frame
160 x 230 cm

9.400 EUR

beautiful Basel
2021
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and
ink on different fabrics, mounted on wooden frame
160 x 230 cm

9.400 EUR

beautiful Basel
2021
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and
ink on different fabrics, mounted on wooden frame
160 x 230 cm

9.400 EUR

"Borderless" is not only his artistic practice, but also his socio-political attitude. Ulusoy, who has a German, Turkish, Kurdish and Azerbaijani background, understands his artistic self-conception within a hybrid identity that combines varying social and cultural contexts. His play with materiality and the inherent life of his imagery can be seen just as multilayered, different, and yet ultimately belonging together.

"Borderless" is not only his artistic practice, but also his socio-political attitude. Ulusoy, who has a German, Turkish, Kurdish and Azerbaijani background, understands his artistic self-conception within a hybrid identity that combines varying social and cultural contexts. His play with materiality and the inherent life of his imagery can be seen just as multilayered, different, and yet ultimately belonging together.

"Borderless" is not only his artistic practice, but also his socio-political attitude. Ulusoy, who has a German, Turkish, Kurdish and Azerbaijani background, understands his artistic self-conception within a hybrid identity that combines varying social and cultural contexts. His play with materiality and the inherent life of his imagery can be seen just as multilayered, different, and yet ultimately belonging together.

"Borderless" is not only his artistic practice, but also his socio-political attitude. Ulusoy, who has a German, Turkish, Kurdish and Azerbaijani background, understands his artistic self-conception within a hybrid identity that combines varying social and cultural contexts. His play with materiality and the inherent life of his imagery can be seen just as multilayered, different, and yet ultimately belonging together.

"Borderless" is not only his artistic practice, but also his socio-political attitude. Ulusoy, who has a German, Turkish, Kurdish and Azerbaijani background, understands his artistic self-conception within a hybrid identity that combines varying social and cultural contexts. His play with materiality and the inherent life of his imagery can be seen just as multilayered, different, and yet ultimately belonging together.

agnotology
2021
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and
ink on different fabrics, mounted on wooden frame
160 x 130 cm

6.800 EUR

agnotology
2021
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and
ink on different fabrics, mounted on wooden frame
160 x 130 cm

6.800 EUR

agnotology
2021
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and ink on different fabrics, mounted on wooden frame
160 x 130 cm

6.800 EUR

agnotology
2021
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and
ink on different fabrics, mounted on wooden frame
160 x 130 cm

6.800 EUR

agnotology
2021
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and ink on different fabrics, mounted on wooden frame
160 x 130 cm

6.800 EUR

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UU_M_2.004

dik dur
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and
ink on different fabrics
160 x 130 cm

6.800 EUR

 

dik dur
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and
ink on different fabrics
160 x 130 cm

6.800 EUR

dik dur
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel,
spray paint and ink on different fabrics
160 x 130 cm

6.800 EUR

dik dur
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel,
spray paint and ink on different fabrics
160 x 130 cm

6.800 EUR

dik dur
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel,
spray paint and ink on different fabrics
160 x 130 cm

6.800 EUR

SETAREH: What inspires you the most?

SETAREH: What is the emotion that moves you to a painting?

SETAREH: What is the emotion that moves you to a painting?

SETAREH: What is the emotion that moves you to a painting?

SETAREH: What is the emotion that moves you to a painting?

Uğur Ulusoy: Actually, life as a whole. For me it's like that, I try to bring everything together, in the sense of all the different worlds in which I may dive. When I meet old friends, when I'm home with my family, when I’m at the gallery -like just now-, or when I meet collectors at their homes and we hang the works together. These events give me incredible impressions every time. For me, that is what inspires me the most. Again and again, as an observer being allowed to dive somewhere, to absorb everything, to open all my senses as far as possible but also to look at unpleasant things, to listen and to bring them together. 

Uğur Ulusoy: I start my work without having any chosen topic, photograph or sketch. All I have is a feeling for the moment, then, I look for the right music. I usually search until I find the appropriate music according to my emotional state and then I start painting. Sometimes, depending on my mood, I start with more joyful colours. But the colours can always change. What seems to be a happy vivid nuance in one picture, might be an unpleasant one in the other. Therefore, I do not think much about it, it all comes from the gut and intuitively. How do I feel in that moment? Which brush strength should I use? Should I use a brush at all or my own hand? Or should I spray paint from the can directly to the surface? That changes everytime.

Uğur Ulusoy: I start my work without having any chosen topic, photograph or sketch. All I have is a feeling for the moment, then, I look for the right music. I usually search until I find the appropriate music according to my emotional state and then I start painting. Sometimes, depending on my mood, I start with more joyful colours. But the colours can always change. What seems to be a happy vivid nuance in one picture, might be an unpleasant one in the other. Therefore, I do not think much about it, it all comes from the gut and intuitively. How do I feel in that moment? Which brush strength should I use? Should I use a brush at all or my own hand? Or should I spray paint from the can directly to the surface? That changes everytime.

Uğur Ulusoy: I start my work without having any chosen topic, photograph or sketch. All I have is a feeling for the moment, then, I look for the right music. I usually search until I find the appropriate music according to my emotional state and then I start painting. Sometimes, depending on my mood, I start with more joyful colours. But the colours can always change. What seems to be a happy vivid nuance in one picture, might be an unpleasant one in the other. Therefore, I do not think much about it, it all comes from the gut and intuitively. How do I feel in that moment? Which brush strength should I use? Should I use a brush at all or my own hand? Or should I spray paint from the can directly to the surface? That changes everytime.

Uğur Ulusoy: I start my work without having any chosen topic, photograph or sketch. All I have is a feeling for the moment, then, I look for the right music. I usually search until I find the appropriate music according to my emotional state and then I start painting. Sometimes, depending on my mood, I start with more joyful colours. But the colours can always change. What seems to be a happy vivid nuance in one picture, might be an unpleasant one in the other. Therefore, I do not think much about it, it all comes from the gut and intuitively. How do I feel in that moment? Which brush strength should I use? Should I use a brush at all or my own hand? Or should I spray paint from the can directly to the surface? That changes everytime.

SETAREH: What is the emotion that moves you to a painting?

SETAREH: What inspires you the most?

SETAREH: What inspires you the most?

SETAREH: What inspires you the most?

SETAREH: What inspires you the most?

Uğur Ulusoy: I start my work without having any chosen topic, photograph or sketch. All I have is a feeling for the moment, then, I look for the right music. I usually search until I find the appropriate music according to my emotional state and then I start painting. Sometimes, depending on my mood, I start with more joyful colours. But the colours can always change. What seems to be a happy vivid nuance in one picture, might be an unpleasant one in the other. Therefore, I do not think much about it, it all comes from the gut and intuitively. How do I feel in that moment? Which brush strength should I use? Should I use a brush at all or my own hand? Or should I spray paint from the can directly to the surface? That changes everytime.

Uğur Ulusoy: Actually, life as a whole. For me it's like that, I try to bring everything together, in the sense of all the different worlds in which I may dive. When I meet old friends, when I'm home with my family, when I’m at the gallery -like just now-, or when I meet collectors at their homes and we hang the works together. These events give me incredible impressions every time. For me, that is what inspires me the most. Again and again, as an observer being allowed to dive somewhere, to absorb everything, to open all my senses as far as possible but also to look at unpleasant things, to listen and to bring them together.

Uğur Ulusoy: Actually, life as a whole. For me it's like that, I try to bring everything together, in the sense of all the different worlds in which I may dive. When I meet old friends, when I'm home with my family, when I’m at the gallery -like just now-, or when I meet collectors at their homes and we hang the works together. These events give me incredible impressions every time. For me, that is what inspires me the most. Again and again, as an observer being allowed to dive somewhere, to absorb everything, to open all my senses as far as possible but also to look at unpleasant things, to listen and to bring them together.

Uğur Ulusoy: Actually, life as a whole. For me it's like that, I try to bring everything together, in the sense of all the different worlds in which I may dive. When I meet old friends, when I'm home with my family, when I’m at the gallery -like just now-, or when I meet collectors at their homes and we hang the works together. These events give me incredible impressions every time. For me, that is what inspires me the most. Again and again, as an observer being allowed to dive somewhere, to absorb everything, to open all my senses as far as possible but also to look at unpleasant things, to listen and to bring them together.

Uğur Ulusoy: Actually, life as a whole. For me it's like that, I try to bring everything together, in the sense of all the different worlds in which I may dive. When I meet old friends, when I'm home with my family, when I’m at the gallery -like just now-, or when I meet collectors at their homes and we hang the works together. These events give me incredible impressions every time. For me, that is what inspires me the most. Again and again, as an observer being allowed to dive somewhere, to absorb everything, to open all my senses as far as possible but also to look at unpleasant things, to listen and to bring them together.

UU_M_3.003

gem*einsam
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and
ink on different fabrics, mounted on wooden frame
145 x 125 cm

6.500 EUR

gem*einsam
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel, spray paint and
ink on different fabrics
145 x 125 cm

6.500 EUR

gem*einsam
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel,
spray paint and ink on different fabrics
145 x 125 cm

6.500 EUR

gem*einsam
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel,
spray paint and ink on different fabrics
145 x 125 cm

6.500 EUR
 

gem*einsam
2020
acrylic, oil, oil sticks, oil pastel,
spray paint and ink on different fabrics
145 x 125 cm

6.500 EUR

SETAREH: Looking into the future – Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?

SETAREH: Looking into the future – Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?

SETAREH: Looking into the future – Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?

SETAREH: Looking into the future – Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?

SETAREH: Looking into the future – Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?

Uğur Ulusoy: I don't look that far into the future. I have very general wishes and dreams. I can only speak for now. I've been living in Krefeld for a year now. I moved here for the last exhibition at SETAREH X. Before that, I was based in Karlsruhe, where I went for the Meisterschüler class of Franz Ackermann and now I'll be leaving Krefeld at the end of the year. I’m noticing a nomadic quality which has always been a part of me and that now finally gets clearance. 3 years from now, I definitely want to relocate every year, not back to the same places, but always further. I would like to move towards Southern Spain, where I hope to see myself living in a farm and having my studio there in 10 years. As for my work, I can't stop making art, as I need it for myself. So, I will always be in action. The works that I make are getting bigger and bigger, going further into the room and using the space available. That will definitely be an important part in the near future.

Uğur Ulusoy: I don't look that far into the future. I have very general wishes and dreams. I can only speak for now. I've been living in Krefeld for a year now. I moved here for the last exhibition at SETAREH X. Before that, I was based in Karlsruhe, where I went for the Meisterschüler class of Franz Ackermann and now I'll be leaving Krefeld at the end of the year. I’m noticing a nomadic quality which has always been a part of me and that now finally gets clearance. 3 years from now, I definitely want to relocate every year, not back to the same places, but always further. I would like to move towards Southern Spain, where I hope to see myself living in a farm and having my studio there in 10 years. As for my work, I can't stop making art, as I need it for myself. So, I will always be in action. The works that I make are getting bigger and bigger, going further into the room and using the space available. That will definitely be an important part in the near future.

Uğur Ulusoy: I don't look that far into the future. I have very general wishes and dreams. I can only speak for now. I've been living in Krefeld for a year now. I moved here for the last exhibition at SETAREH X. Before that, I was based in Karlsruhe, where I went for the Meisterschüler class of Franz Ackermann and now I'll be leaving Krefeld at the end of the year. I’m noticing a nomadic quality which has always been a part of me and that now finally gets clearance. 3 years from now, I definitely want to relocate every year, not back to the same places, but always further. I would like to move towards Southern Spain, where I hope to see myself living in a farm and having my studio there in 10 years. As for my work, I can't stop making art, as I need it for myself. So, I will always be in action. The works that I make are getting bigger and bigger, going further into the room and using the space available. That will definitely be an important part in the near future.

Uğur Ulusoy: I don't look that far into the future. I have very general wishes and dreams.
I can only speak for now. I've been living in Krefeld for a year now. I moved here for the last exhibition at SETAREH X. Before that, I was based in Karlsruhe, where I went for the Meisterschüler class of Franz Ackermann and now I'll be leaving Krefeld at the end of the year. I’m noticing a nomadic quality which has always been a part of me and that now finally gets clearance. 3 years from now, I definitely want to relocate every year, not back to the same places, but always further. I would like to move towards Southern Spain, where I hope to see myself living in a farm and having my studio there in 10 years. As for my work, I can't stop making art, as I need it for myself. So, I will always be in action. The works that I make are getting bigger and bigger, going further into the room and using the space available. That will definitely be an important part in the near future.

Uğur Ulusoy: I don't look that far into the future. I have very general wishes and dreams. I can only speak for now. I've been living in Krefeld for a year now. I moved here for the last exhibition at SETAREH X. Before that, I was based in Karlsruhe, where I went for the Meisterschüler class of Franz Ackermann and now I'll be leaving Krefeld at the end of the year. I’m noticing a nomadic quality which has always been a part of me and that now finally gets clearance. 3 years from now, I definitely want to relocate every year, not back to the same places, but always further. I would like to move towards Southern Spain, where I hope to see myself living in a farm and having my studio there in 10 years. As for my work, I can't stop making art, as I need it for myself. So, I will always be in action. The works that I make are getting bigger and bigger, going further into the room and using the space available. That will definitely be an important part in the near future.

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Mon-Fri: 10-7 pm, Sat: 10-6 pm

 +49-211-82827171
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Königsallee 27
40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

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Mon-Fri: 10-7 pm, Sat: 10-6 pm

 +49-211-82827171
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40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

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Mon-Fri: 10-7 pm, Sat: 10-6 pm
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40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

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 +49-211-82827171
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Mon-Fri: 10-7 pm, Sat: 10-6 pm
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