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Biographical story of kidnap, displacement and murder

A biographical performance by a UK based Turkish Cypriot artist — including having his father and uncle seated as “exhibits” — launched a show of empty frames at Girne’s Art Rooms gallery.

Biographical story of kidnap, displacement and murder

By Anne Canalp

Sümer Erek, formerly Ülmen Aygın, told the story of his 1974 displacement from Limassol to Girne and his kidnapping, attempted murder and the murder of his student friend Müharrem Özdemir in İstanbul in 1977.

The performance is followed by an  exhibition — 1973-2018 Ülman Aygın Sümer Erek — which runs until November 7, with viewing hours from 1pm to 9pm daily.

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