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Esma-Ül Hüsna (Names of Allah) Exhibition Met With Art Lovers


absmiddle Yazdır   -A | A+ 04.05.2018
Esma-ül Hüsna exhibition, which was opened within the scope of the Yeditepe Biennial and in which 279 artworks in total that were made with embroidery, marbling and wood laser burning techniques are included, met with art lovers.

“Yeditepe Biennial”, which was organized under the auspices of Presidency and with the cooperation of Fatih Municipality and Classical Turkish Arts Foundation, is meeting with art lovers as the First Classical Arts Biennial of Turkey and the World. Artworks including almost 3 thousand artworks of more than 600 artists participating in the Biennial continue to be presented to the taste of art lovers.

Esma-ül Hüsna Exhibition, in which totally 279 artworks of the Sabancı Advanced Technical School For Girls that were made with emroidery, marbling and wood laser burning techniques are included, was presented to the taste of art lovers in the courtyard of the Fatih Municipality service building. Fatih Mayor Hasan Suver and Vice President of the Classical Arts Foundation Mehmet İbrahim Ağaoğlu, Board Members, artists and art lovers participated in the opening of the exhibition.

Fatih Mayor Hasan Suver, who made the opening speech of the exhibition, stated that we have to look out for the cultural values in order to exist in future. Mayor Hasan Suver said: "Fatih is the capital of  3 civilizations. Especially it is the capital of our civilization. Our ancestors cared about this peninsula a lot. They engraved it stich by stich. If we have a civilization case, and if we have an ideal to ensure for our nation to continue as itself in future, we have to stick these artworks with our hearts and souls. We have to encircle this great richness coming from past just like our biennial does today. If we don’t do that, believe me, we may not have a claim to exist in future."

After the opening, Mayor Hasan Suver walked through the exhibition and got information about the artworks from the artists.