"My art is the fusion and synthesis of many cultivated postulates of East and West. The colour and form are used to create new cultural postures and dimensions. This opens more complete lifestreams."
Dimitri Ayoglu was born in Komrat in 1957 and graduated from the Ukrainian Polygraphic institute of I. Fyodorov (today Academy of Arts, Lviv) in 1986. Ayoglu has participated in international exhibitions with works stored in private collections and museums in Turkey, France, Azerbaijan, Macedonia, Ukraine, Slovenia, Germany. Chairman of the Union of artists of Gagauzia. Dimitri was selected one of the hundred best modern artists of the world at the modern art exhibition 'МАС-2000' in 2002 in Paris, France. Ayoglu was appointed an honourable citizen of Komrat as well as was granted the title of Honoured artist of Gagauzia in 2007.
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