Ege Yapı Leaves A Unique Legacy To Future Generations With Its Book Project "Those Who Lead The Art"
Ege Yapı has brought together world - famous artists of music, cinema-photography, dance, theatre, painting-sculpture, literature and architecture, which constitute the seven main branches of art, in a single project. Ege Yapı Chairman Of The Board Of Directors H. İnanç Kabadayı comments on this project, which will make a great contribution to our cultural heritage…
As Ege Yapı, we have made it our duty to develop special and privileged projects that facilitate people's lives. We take advantage of both architectural and technological opportunities by going out of the ordinary in our projects and the works we take part in.
We are involved in all the projects that will enable people to live a modern and peaceful life and to live in the conditions required by the age. Due to our sensitivity to the subjects of Culture, Art, Science, Environment and history, we also contributed to the realization of the book "Those Who Lead The Art"
Being able to keep up with the unlimited and rapid variability of our times and the endless demands and expectations is becoming more meaningful with art. Art is crucial to the development of society's culture and cultural intelligence. We design and implement all the details in our projects.
It means there is nothing to be passed on to future generations in a society where art is not flourishing. We believe that the success of a country in art increases as we read, listen and see examples of success around the world over and over again as we pass on to future generations.
In the book "Those Who Lead The Art", we brought together the leading artists of Turkey and the world whose achievements in the fields of music, cinema-photography, dance, theatre, painting-sculpture, literature and architecture, whose achievements have been proven worldwide and whose works and artistic performances have been inherited to the present day.
As Ege Yapı, we support all local and foreign artists with the awareness of the importance of art in the future of a country and on the global platform, and we thank each of them for their contribution to our cultural heritage.
While we share with you the righteous pride that we have experienced in leaving this bedside work as a legacy to future generations, I sincerely thank all those who contributed to the preparation and printing process of the book.