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2000 - Saloni M goes South


photograph by Takako

Nevin Hirik

Nevin Hirik completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1993, majoring in painting and textile design, at the Uludag University, Turkey. In that same year, Nevin arrived in Australia.

Since then, Nevin has exhibited her work in group and solo exhibitions on a regular basis. Commissions include the design of the Aids Prevention Poster (1996) and the cover illustration of Contemporary Australian Feminism II.

Nevin was also the subject of a short film documentary, entitled Nevin, an artist, which was entered in the Melbourne Fringe Film Festival 1999. Nevin's works are represented in private collections throughout Australia, Turkey, France, Holland, Germany and Singapore.

Nevin Hirik's website.


These works of art were exhibited at Saloni M goes South, September 19 - October 1, 2000.


Defiance, 2000.
acrylic on canvas
84 x 122 cm (private collection)


Garden Speech, 2000.
acrylic on canvas
(private collection)

 

 



Sisters, 2000.
acrylic on canvas
76 x 61 cm (private collection)


99 Boats and Mermaid, 2000.
acrylic on canvas
122 x 92 cm


Flowers in the Window, 2000.
acrylic on canvas
122 x 92 cm (private collection)


Nevin Hirik, 2000.

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