The longing for peace
With this picture you get a text about the history of the painter's journey; from Kamishli, Syria, to Wuppertal in Germany.
"I paint because something in me is moving that wants to come out - I have to paint!"
In 2012, Hozan Enez left his home town of Kamishli to avoid being drafted by the Syrian military. The first stop on the way of the then business student was a Kurdish refugee camp in Iraq. There he worked for Doctors without Borders. Hozan arrived in Germany via Turkey in 2015. First stop: Wuppertal. Then Dortmund, Frankfurt, Gießen and finally, in 2016, back to Wuppertal.
Hozan began to occupy himself intensively with art and painting. He studies famous artists and their techniques and is increasingly drawn to the artistic expression. He wants to find his own technique, something that will let him shine through his paintings. "While studying painting, I discovered an artist within myself who was apparently just waiting to be set free," Hozan describes his development. In Wuppertal, he set himself up, built up a network, found friends. In 2020 he will present his works to a broad public in his first exhibition.
You get the long form of the artist's history with the artwork.
108 x 108, acrylic paints on canvas, without frame
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