The “Fine Arts Group Exhibition”, to be held within the scope of the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, consisting of the works of a total of 40 artists from the Near East University Faculty of Fine Arts and the Turkic World, opens on Friday, August 14

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The “Fine Arts Group Exhibition”, to be held within the scope of the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, consisting of the works of a total of 40 artists from the Near East University Faculty of Fine Arts and the Turkic World, opens on Friday, August 14

For the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, the “Fine Arts Group Exhibition” consisting of the works of a total of 40 artists from the Near East University Faculty of Fine Arts and the Turkic World will be opened on Friday, August 14, at the Near East University Hospital exhibition hall.

According to the information given by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of Near East University, Vice Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts and Design and Director of Günsel Art Museum, and curator of the exhibition Assoc. Prof. Dr.Erdoğan Ergün stated that the “Fine Arts Group Exhibition” will feature paintings, sculptures, ceramics, prints and photographs of 40 award-winning artists from the TRNC, the Near East University and the Turkic World. The exhibition will be opened on Friday, August 14, 2020, at 09.30.

This is the 353rd exhibition exclusively held for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts
Exhibition curator Erdoğan Ergün, in his statement regarding the “Fine Arts Group Exhibition” said; “Enjoying the works of the artists, whose works we had the opportunity to see in their solo exhibitions, in the same place and in the same period, gives us clues and information for the artistic development of the period both for the artists and the art lovers. As it is known, group exhibitions have the feature of bringing together artists working in different styles and techniques. The original works in such exhibitions give important ideas about the event, subject, and period and most importantly contribute to the development of visual culture. The art lovers will find the opportunity to enjoy the artworks of the artists and academics from Turkey, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Russia and the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Near East University, at the 353rd exhibition exclusively prepared for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts.