Showcasing Turkey’s artistic talent is something that Kempinski Hotel Barbaros Bay, Bodrum prides itself in and this year is no exception.
The hotel is delighted to announce a pop up exhibition of Füge Demirok, a Turkish sculpture artist most acclaimed for winning the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games Sculpture Contest with her piece, Secret of Eight.
Füge Demirok’s latest exhibition, Pebbles sees the medium of bronze combined with raw materials including wood and slate. The setting for the exhibition is perfect as the hotel is located on its own isolated bay with idealic views out to sea and the surrounding Turkish coastline. It is this sense of blissful isolation on the water’s edge that Pebbles portrays. The exhibition is calming and evokes a sense of peace often experienced when standing at the waters edge looking out to the ocean horizon.
Kempinski Hotel Barbaros Bay is a five-star resort built into the hillside of a stunning isolated bay. The property is made up of 24 suites and 149 rooms, each with their own delightful view of the sea. Known for both its health and wellbeing facilities and luxury accommodation, the hotel is a stunning year-round retreat. Also on offer to guests are a private marina and helipad, world class dining at a variety of restaurants, a huge Six Senses Spa with Turkish hammam, a stunning infinity pool, a blue flag sandy beach and a host of water sport options.
Nightly rates at the Kempinski Hotel Barbaros Bay start from 265€ per room per night including breakfast, for double occupancy. To book contact Kempinski Hotel Barabros Bay +90 252 3110303 or www.kempinski.com/bodrum