Turkey’s Directorate of Communications launched the “Osman Hamdi Bey Digital Exhibition” at Marmara University’s Sultanahmet Campus on Monday below the 360 Culture and Art challenge. The exhibition might be visited free of cost between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. till Nov. 9, and guests should adhere to COVID-19 tips.
The Directorate of Communications continues to share Turkey’s nationwide, historic, cultural and scientific wealth with guests by digital applied sciences and show strategies. The “360 Culture and Art” challenge digital exhibitions will probably be displayed by holograms and projections in honor of the distinguished 19th-century Ottoman painter and artwork connoisseur Osman Hamdi Bey.
Nearly 50 particular items of Osman Hamdi Bey’s work, some beforehand unknown, will probably be on show for artwork lovers. The set up will even present perception into Hamdi’s life and the interval he lived by the specifically designed show strategies that may digitally create his surroundings.
Osman Hamdi Bey was a pioneer of up to date Turkish portray and museology who created invaluable artwork that’s nonetheless admired to today. Although he was identified to be a modest, devoted man he was chargeable for main breakthroughs in science, artwork, archaeology and museology through the Tanzimat period, making a reputation for himself internationally – most notably for his works “Kaplumbağa Terbiyecisi” (“The Tortoise Trainer”) and “Silah Taciri” “Arms Dealer.”