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Yiğit Can Alper is an artist based in Turkey. He studied faculity of fine arts at Mugla university and continues to study for his masters degree. He has been in various exhibitions in Turkey and oversees.

“The watercolor paintings of Turkish artist Yiğit Can Alper carry a ghostly quality, their creatures disappearing into sparse backdrops. Alper’s drab figures and structures seem to be part of a dilapidated world. And the textures of the material render each component as a temporary apparition.

The motifs in Alper’s work include massive animals and solitary riders, both of and beyond this world. The contraptions adorning his characters are near-Steampunk, or at the very least, a hodgepodge of found materials. In social media posts, the artist opts for describing the paint rather than any specific narrative”.

by Andy Smith – High Fructose Magazine