Retrospective Exhibition of Feryal Sükan, opened at Art Center, accepts visitors until 28 October
Date Added: 23 October 2018, 07:50
Last Updated Date:16 December 2019, 15:30

Retrospective Exhibition of Feryal Sükan held at the Near East University Art Center, which has four galleries as part of the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts in the area of Museums of the Near East University and curated by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Erdoğan Ergün is being visited.

According to the press statement released by the Near East University Press and Public Relations Directorate, the Retrospective Exhibition of Feryal Sükan is held as the first event of the Near East Art Centre established within the complex of Atatürk Culture Center and will be open until October 28, between 10:00-17: 00 hours.

Near East University Art Center will then host the exhibition of Mustafa Hastürk on 29 October 2018 and the group exhibition of the artists of Near East University on 15 November.

Multiple exhibitions can be opened at the same time... 4 Gallery Space will bring art lovers together
The Art Center, which has four exhibition halls, will feature not only paintings, but also exhibitions of artists interested in sculpture, photography, plastic and other arts. The Art Center, where many exhibitions can be opened at the same time, serves with 4 different gallery spaces. The Art Center, which has a physical structure that can be opened at the same time as four solo or group exhibitions, has the mobility to create 2 or solo exhibitions.

The Art Center of Near East University, which was founded in line with the principle of respect for art, artist and audience, will play a pioneering role in the Turkish Cypriot culture and art world.

It aims to bring more artists together with the audience...
The Center provides the opportunity for art lovers and artists to come togetther, and with the support given to solo and group exhibitions and especially to the young artists, becomes a base for the art life of our country. It also contributes to the internalization of the interest and love of art and enables the public to discover their own creative power by experiencing the art production process.