The photography exhibition “Through the Lens of President Ersin Tatar”, which brings together 50 photographs taken by President Ersin Tatar in the TRNC, will be opened on Wednesday, December 13, at 16.00 at the Near East University İrfan Günsel Congress Center Exhibition Hall.
President Tatar, who became one of the important actors of the politics of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus with the Ministry of Finance he assumed in 2009 after his business life in England and Turkey, was elected as the Chairman of the National Unity Party in 2018 and became the Prime Minister of the TRNC in 2019. Tatar, who has been the President of the TRNC since 2020, is known for his political side, as well as his social life with the public and his passion for photography.
President Ersin Tatar, who has opened many exhibitions organized by the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts so far, will this time open his own photography exhibition on Wednesday, December 13, at 16.00. The exhibition, consisting of nature photographs taken by President Tatar, will be open to visitors until December 30, 2023.
Prof. Dr. Ali Efdal Özkul: “We are happy to host the solo photography exhibition of our President Ersin Tatar, who always shows the value he attaches to art and artists by participating in the opening of many exhibitions we have organized.”
Reminding that the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts has opened 450 exhibitions in the last five years, Head of Near East Enterprises Museums Department, Prof. Dr. Ali Efdal Özkul said, “Our esteemed President Ersin Tatar has always shown the value he attaches to art and artists by attending the openings of many exhibitions we have organized.”
Stating that they are very happy to host the “Photo Exhibition Through the Lens of President Ersin Tatar”, which brings together the photographs reflected through the lens of President Ersin Tatar in the 451st exhibition of the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, Prof. Dr. Özkul said, “We invite all our people to the opening of our exhibition, where they will see a different side of our President Ersin Tatar.”