Minister Of Culture And Tourism Ertuğrul Günay Opens Borusan Contemporary

16 September 2011
Borusan Holding's headquarters Perili Köşk is officially opened as Turkey's first office museum on weekends. Minister of Culture and Tourism Ertuğrul Günay opened the museum. The business and art world, as well as the press, attended the event.

Borusan Holding's headquarters Perili Köşk (the Haunted House or the Kiosk with Fairies) was transformed into Turkey's first office museum in the field of contemporary art. The Museum, which is named Borusan Contemporary, was opened by the Minister of Culture and Tourism Ertuğrul Günay. Over one thousand guests from the business and art worlds attended the event, including Semahat Arsel, Ömer Koç, Faruk Eczacıbaşı,Tezcan Yaramancı, Hamdi Akın, Erol Aksoy, Murat Özyeğin, Serra Tokar, İnci Aksoy, Erol Evgin, Dilek Hanif, Siren Ertan Çarmıklı, Jale Yılmabaşar.

Minister of Culture and Tourism Ertuğrul Günay toured the museum at the opening event, hosted by Borusan Holding Chairman Ahmet Kocabıyık. At Borusan Contemporary, "Segment #1" exhibition, which included examples of elite contemporary visual arts selected from the Borusan Collection, and the "Seven New Works" exhibition, bringing together the work of 7 artists, won the admiration of the guests.

Borusan Contemporary will operate as an office space during the week and will be open for art lovers' visits on the weekends. The museum can be visited free of charge until 1 October 2011.
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