What is the truth?

''Art does not copy the visible, it makes it visible.'' Paul Klee Seeing is a magical act, when you see it, we both make sense of it and have feelings. Daily chores…

22 views

How Should We View Postmodernism?

The cost of eradicating post-Enlightenment scholastic thought from the memory of the society was that a century later, man and every thought/structure/work he produced/acted became result-oriented. Power…

30 views

Dilemma

The wind is blowing but you are not cold. You dream of a warm autumn evening, but the wind is getting stronger; because no matter how hot Paris is in the summer, its autumn…

30 views

Trees in Art, Civilization and Life

Forest fires, one of the consequences of global warming, have caused great damage both in our country and in the world, which will take years to compensate. Many souls perish, material-spiritual,…

52 views

A Thoughtful Melody: Romance

I can't send you my explanation on the word "romantic" because it's 125 pages at least. ''The sentence written by Friedrich Schlegel in a letter dated 1973 to his brother...

37 views

From Botticelli to Respighi

Italian painter Sandro Botticelli, nicknamed the "Little Barrel", succeeded in making a sound with his paintings in the second half of the fifteenth century and when he was only twenty-five.

61 views

Isle of the Dead

The doors are opening. As soon as it opens, people gather in front of the door, what a rush, he thinks. He pulls out his ticket and smiles; not being able to sleep all night from excitement…

249 views

Works of the Spirit

It's time to put aside the dogmatic views about reality that have taken root since Platonism, reality or fantasy? Cave wall…

104 views

Unfinished Symphony

I am walking. 1…2…3… Headphones in my ears, my eyes are saturated with green. Wherever I go in Vienna, I find a park. I listen to unfinished songs, the words that come out of the notes are with me...

406 views

What Color Is Your Sadness?

“Pink sadness… is the sadness of shame when you have done nothing wrong, pink sadness is not your fault and the slightest jolt causes it…

126 views

Waltz in Vienna

I'm walking across the bridge, going through the middle ages. I came to this city for Kafka, but I was going to find Mozart too. Sometimes the roads prepare surprises for you, this is…

335 views

From Another World: Khorasan

We do not like everything that is beautiful in its own right. We need other dynamics to be able to love. Ancient philosophy uses the word philia, which means "love, enjoy".

207 views

A Chamber Orchestra

He was lost for a moment, but he was awakened by the sound of the door opening. No matter how deep he had descended, he felt tired. He walked to the window and…

340 views

Love, Feast or Serenade

“Love is only the name of the desire and search of the whole.” Plato, Smyposion A table lined with long white linens… The month where the feast will start soon and plenty of wine will be drunk…

210 views

Eroticous and Eros

The need for art and beauty is an indirect need for sexual ecstasy. Friedrich Nietzsche Eroticism, death and eros are the aspects that ensure the continuity of human life. To each their own…

261 views

Dignity of the Beginning

In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. The earth was empty, without landforms; was covered with vast darkness. The spirit of God was hovering above the waters. God said "Let there be light"...

325 views

What Will Art Do for Us?

Those who read Marcel Proust's book Les plaisirs et les Jours (Pleasures and Days), published in 1896, will remember. Proust uses the following sentence in his book: ''...

367 views

Understanding the Artwork

"Now ! Find 'something' that affects you and will be the beginning of your present life.” We can only achieve what is artistically true through feeling. To create…

368 views

The Sound of Colors Debussy

“I have the freedom to draw flowers and call them flowers without having to tell a story” Pierre-Auguste Renoir started in France in the 19th century and soon…

284 views

God's Voice to the People: Music

One of the first communication tools that human beings started to use with their self-discovery was their voice. Music, which is thought to be a gift from the gods to people, was famous for the period like Pythagoras.

316 views