London hosted a gaggle exhibition this week titled “Phoenix” by Turkish artists at The Previous Road Gallery with the proceedings from the reception going to the victims of the Feb. 6 earthquakes that devastated southeastern Türkiye.
Artwork lovers have been in for a deal with in London as they attended the “Phoenix” exhibition, displaying the works of 11 Turkish artists, organized by the Turkish British Affiliation of Tradition (TUBAC) below the auspices of style and artwork marketing consultant Zeynep Ober.
As a part of the occasion, support was additionally collected for these affected by the Feb. 6 earthquakes.
As well as, a reception for the exhibition was held with the participation of the Turkish Ambassador to London Osman Koray Ertaş, Turkish artists and company.
Ertaş said that after the earthquakes, solidarity with Türkiye was displayed from all around the world, together with England.
Artworks on show as a part of the “Phoenix” exhibition at The Previous Road Gallery, in London, U.Okay., Might 11, 2023. (AA Picture)
Stating that the donations collected throughout the scope of this exhibition may even be transferred to these affected by the earthquakes in Türkiye, Ertaş thanked the Turkish artists whose works have been included within the exhibition and everybody who contributed to the preparation of the exhibition.
Vogue and artwork marketing consultant Ober mentioned that the exhibition represents hope and rebirth and addresses the earthquake victims.
Ober said that she and her whole group have been very excited in regards to the exhibition and famous that on this context, support will likely be collected for earthquake victims and transferred by UNICEF.
Turkish artists taking part within the exhibition are Alev Özaş, Deniz Atay, Deniz Say, Elif Özal Danışman, Emre Tamer, Nerkiz Akçura, Nevruz Akdağ, Serdal Güzel, Zeynep Şimsek and Yalçın Gökçebağ.
Throughout the scope of the exhibition, the Ottoman-style jewellery assortment named “Topkapı,” ready by Nego Jewellery Design, was additionally on show.