Kuşadası Ada Modern Art Gallery started to host the exhibition titled 'Shamans and Myths' by world-famous sculptor Mehmet Aksoy.

The 'Shamans and Myths' exhibition of internationally renowned sculptor Mehmet Aksoy, who made his artistic career with large-scale works symbolizing universal emotions created with unique forms, was opened at Kuşadası Ada Modern Art Gallery, under the curatorship of art writer İbrahim Karaoğlu. CHP Aydın Deputy Bülent Tezcan, Kuşadası Mayor Ömer Günel, KUSAV President Levent Köylü, sculptor Mehmet Aksoy and the curator of the exhibition İbrahim Karaoğlu attended the cocktail held at Ada Modern Art Gallery for the opening of the exhibition, along with many guests.

Speaking at the opening of the exhibition, KUSAV President Levent Köylü said that they were happy and honored to host the world-famous sculptor Mehmet Aksoy at the Ada Modern Art Gallery, which was implemented in cooperation with Kuşadası Municipality and KUSAV.

Sculptor Mehmet Aksoy stated that he wanted to draw attention to the deteriorating relationship between humans and nature in his exhibition titled 'Shamans and Myths' and said, "My exhibition makes a reference to humans, the world of spirits, inner strength and the blessing of nature."

Exhibition curator İbrahim Karaoğlu said, “Artist Mehmet Aksoy establishes his art aura with shamanic metaphors in this exhibition. His sculptures add a unique alchemy to the place where they are located; "Mehmet Aksoy is an artist who redefines the spirit of that place with visual imaginations," he said.

Kuşadası Mayor Ömer Günel said, "Our Ada Modern Art Gallery opened the 'Shamans and Myths' exhibition of our world-famous artist Mehmet Aksoy with our Aydin Deputy Mr. We held it with the participation of Bülent Tezcan. "You should definitely visit the exhibition of our valuable artist, who brings us the shaman culture with impressive images, until May 27," he said.

The exhibition consisting of the works of sculptor Aksoy, who has an art universe that focuses on humans and presents their mythology in a contemporary, aesthetic style, with current references and by questioning, can be seen at Ada Modern until May 27.