Ahmet Doğu Ipek is known for his watercolor and ink/pencil on paper works produced with a diligent and detailed practice in his meditative style. However, the technique and contexts of the artist are always open to innovation. In his series that generally exhibit multi-layered, complex and monochrome characteristics, Ipek’s multi layered relationships with the city and nature are reflected to the audience. Extending from the microcosm to macrocosm, the repetitions and models in his earlier and new series are often inspired by concepts such as constructions, density and organic forms. In addition to his canvas works produced with watercolor and ink, Ipek has also been realizing multi- dimensional installations and site- specific works with artists from various disciplines.

Ahmet Doğu İpek (1983, Adıyaman) graduated from the painting department of Atatürk University Faculty of Education. The artist, who had a solo exhibition at Galeri Nev İstanbul in 2019, also had a comprehensive solo show in 2017 at Galata Greek School (Istanbul), presenting large-scale watercolor drawings as well as architectural interventions and sculptural installations. In 2018, Ahmet Doğu İpek was invited to the residency program, Cité des Arts in Paris, where he spent 6 months working. İpek’s artist book, consisting of 89 works each representing one day from the “Days” series was published in 2018 with the support of Saha Association. İpek’s group exhibitions include; Arter (Istanbul, 2019), Abdülmecid Efendi Köşkü (Istanbul, 2019), OMM (Eskişehir, 2019), Neues Museum (Nürnberg, 2018), ArtScience Museum (Singapore, 2015), Müze Evliyagil (Ankara, 2017), Venue68 (Vienna, 2016), Baksı Museum (Bayburt, 2015) and Galeri Nev İstanbul. The artist whose works are included in institutional collections such as Arter, Istanbul Modern and OMM. Ahmet Doğu İpek lives and works in Istanbul.