Exhibit offers bird's eye view of Aegean region beauties

Exhibit offers bird's eye view of Aegean region beauties

ISTANBUL-Hürriyet Daily News
Exhibit offers birds eye view of Aegean region beauties

Photography artist Abdullah Kırbaş’s exhibition is presenting bird’s eye view photos of the Aegean province of Muğla that he took from a helicopter.

A new exhibition invites people to take a look at the Aegean province of Muğla, which has the longest coastal line in Turkey, through a bird’s eye view. The exhibition titled “Bird’s Eye View Photos of Muğla,” which will open tomorrow at the Press Museum in Istanbul’s Çemberlitaş, will feature 48 photos taken by famous photography artist Abdullah Kırbaş.

It gathers together the visuals of Muğla’s cultural and natural beauties that cannot be reached via highway.

The exhibition is being organized by the Muğla Municipality in collaboration with the Istanbul-based Muğla
Cultural and Promotional Association. In the exhibit, visitors will enjoy seeing from above the first Turkish castle in the southwestern Aegean as well as the first traces of human beings in caves.

There will also be many surprises in the opening of the exhibition that will be held tomorrow at 3 p.m. It will continue through Feb. 22.