Snow Sound Exhibition Opened in Izmir

Snow Sound Exhibition Opened in Izmir
Snow Sound Exhibition Opened in Izmir

İzmir Metropolitan Municipality Council Member Cenap Börühan said, “It was opened in Güzelyalı Nazım Hikmet Cultural Center. Minister Tunç SoyerThe snow scenes in the city were presented to art lovers in the exhibition opened by .

Mayor of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Tunç Soyerparticipated in the opening of the “Snow Sound in İzmir” photography exhibition by Metropolitan Municipality Council Member Cenap Börühan. The opening ceremony at Güzelyalı Nazım Hikmet Cultural Center was attended by Konak Mayor Abdül Batur as well as council members, headmen and art lovers.

President speaking at the ceremony Tunç Soyer“Izmir has many differences from other cities, but the most important difference is that it is a city of harmony. We share the power of harmony. Our teachers taught us the difference between seeing and looking in elementary school. The art branch that can best reveal the difference between seeing and looking is photography. Cenap Börühan could have described İzmir in a conventional way, but he also transferred his different point of view to art.”

The invisible face of Izmir

Konak Mayor Abdül Batur said that Cenap Börühan is a productive council member and said, “He has a talent besides his political work. He took really great shots,” he said.

Cenap Börühan said, “We are here with a very different theme. When Izmir is mentioned, the first thing that comes to mind is sea, sand and sun, but I reflected the invisible face of Izmir, the snowy Izmir, in my photographs.”

Snow Sound in Izmir

İzmir Metropolitan Municipality Council Member Cenap Börühan's “Snow Sound in İzmir” exhibition presents snow scenes in the city to art lovers. The exhibition, which can be visited free of charge until December 15, includes snapshots from İzmir's Göztepe, Güzelyalı, Karabağlar, Tirazlı and Kavacık neighborhoods, as well as from Ödemiş-Gölcük and Bozdağ, and photographs taken from the village of Kiraz Ovacık.

The exhibition can be visited free of charge until December 15.

Günceleme: 25/11/2022 13:49

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