PASHA Bank and the fraternal countries meets at the ArTriangle

PASHA BANK offers corporate and investment banking services in the triangle in which Turkey, Azerbaijan and Georgia are located and; carries the synergy it had created among the countries to another dimension.

The magic world of the three countries, in the borders of which love, peace and fraternity are embraced, opened their doors at the ArTriange “Stories of Cities” Photograph Exhibition. The accomplished street photography artist Mustafa Seven did reinterpret the historical, cultural and social structures of the countries through his viewfinder, and presented it to art lovers’ taste.    

PASHA Bank offers sustainable banking services to its corporate and commercial customers in the triangle in which Turkey, Azerbaijan and Georgia are located and; enriched the financial ties, it had created between these countries, with the ArTriangle “Stories of Cities” Photograph Exhibition. The artistic bridge built between Baku, Istanbul and Tbilisi, which played an important role in the historical, cultural, economic and social development of the region acquired another dimension in the ArTriangle “Stories of Cities” Photograph Exhibition.

The story of these three cities, the boundaries of which are woven love, peace and fraternity, have been reflected on the street photography artist Mustafa Seven’s frames.  Aiming to establish long term collaborations in the field of corporate and investment banking, PASHA Bank intended to support artistic values with this photograph exhibition, while at the same time strengthening the financial aspect of the close relations that is deeply rooted in our history. Having contributed to the development of trade between Turkey, Azerbaijan and Georgia, PASHA Bank does, with the reflection of the different profiles that originate from the shared cultural life, take the art-lovers to a magical voyage.

THE MAGICAL ADVENTURE BETWEEN THE COUNTRIES ARE FIXED ON PHOTOGRAPHS

During trips made to these three countries throughout nearly three years, the natural life, human relations and the historical symbols of Baku, Istanbul and Tbilisi were observed; their vivacious people, the never aging streets and the deeply rooted values have been reflected on the photographs. Every texture of the three cities captured by the cameras have been immortalized at the ArTriangle “Stories of Cities” Photograph Exhibition.

The ArTriangle “Stories of Cities” Photograph Exhibition, which reflects an in-depth look into the historical and cultural heritage that keeps pace with the speed and dynamism of the modern life has been materialized as a special work that strengthens the ties between the cultures from past to future. The ArTriangle “Stories of Cities” Photograph Exhibition, which is the product of the interpretation of the accomplished street photography artist Mustafa Seven, is presented to Turkish art lovers’ taste before Baku and Tbilisi.

In his statement about the exhibition, the General Manager of PASHA Bank, H. Cenk Eynehan said as follows: “We did set forth in order to provide our customers in both the corporate and commercial segments, and who wanted to grow at the same time in Turkey, Azerbaijan and in Georgia, with sustainable banking services. While we offer our corporate and investment banking products with a concierge banking understanding, our priority is to establish long-term collaborations with our customers. Targeting to strengthening our historical the relationships via financial ties, to contribute to the development of the regional trade between Turkey, Azerbaijan and Georgia, we also aimed to blend our cultural structure with artistic bonds. Our Bank is like a financial door that opens to the region for entrepreneurs, and a guide for cross border investments and foreign trade transactions. The ArTriangle “Stories of Cities” Photograph Exhibition, which reflect our shared life culture, is the last rivet that fastens this triangle. We are proud to present this exhibition, which will carry the long-term collaborations between the three countries, to the art lovers’ taste. We wish that the joy and appreciation that the ArTriangle “Stories of Cities” Photograph Exhibition, which opens its doors in this longest night of the year, December the 21st, creates for the art-lovers shall last at least for as long as this night.” 

The ArTriangle “Stories of Cities” Photograph Exhibition, which opens its doors to art lovers on the evening of Wednesday December the 21st, 2016, can be visited until the date of January the 31st, 2017, at the address of 42 Maslak Art!SPACE  Gallery,  Ahi Evran Cad. No:6 Ofis: 3, Kat:1 42 Maslak – Sarıyer.