The “Bas – Buluş” exhibition, displaying the works of leading print painting artists organized in various cities, is now in Istanbul at Odeabank's art platform O'Art. The exhibition composed of print paintings of 30 artists, including Saim Tekcan and Devrim Erbil, can be seen at O'Art until the end of April.

Odeabank's art platform O'Art brings together various masters and accomplished artists of print painting with an exhibition curated by Özlem Alıcı. The “Bas – Buluş” exhibition encompassing many different methods and colors of print painting, is now in Istanbul after Ankara and Izmir.

The exhibition featuring the works of the members of the Association of Original Print Painting Artists of Turkey, established by artists aiming to fill the gap in the original print painting art form, has works from 30 artists including names like Süleyman Saim Tekcan, Devrim Erbil, Fevzi Karakoç, Hayati Misman and Gürbüz Doğan Ekşioğlu.

The viewers can experience the individual impressions, expressions and implications of the artists in more than 60 significant works of print paintings displayed in the exhibition. The curator of the exhibition Özlam Alıcı explains the exhibition, saying: “The original and protected format of the artist's expression through screen printing, underlines the subjectivity of this art form. In this way, we are allowed to make more discoveries in the unique world of the artist.”

The “Bas – Buluş” exhibition can be seen until the end of April at O'Art, located on the second floor of the Odeabank branch at Nispetiye Caddesi, Etiler.​​​