The story of Devrim cars, which were produced in Eskişehir in 1961 with the 129-day work of young engineers and masters, designed and produced entirely in Turkey, began to be exhibited in Eskişehir with a painting exhibition.
Rıfat Serdaroğlu, one of the engineers of the Revolution Automobiles Project, brought together the photographs in his archive with the people of Eskişehir with his daughter Semra Serdaroğlu Tigrel's painting exhibition opened 60 years later. Citizens showed great interest in the Revolution Cars Painting Exhibition, which was opened in Eskişehir Metropolitan Municipality City Museums Complex. The exhibition, which can be visited until October 31, was opened by Deputy Mayor of Metropolitan Municipality, Mustafa Önder. At the opening, attended by the Republican People's Party Jale Nur Süllü and the President of the City Council, Nuray Akçasoy, the pictures of the photographs that prove the great efforts of the Revolution were highly appreciated by the art lovers.
Semra Serdaroğlu Tigrel expressed her great pleasure in opening the Revolution Cars Painting Exhibition in Eskişehir, where the “Revolution” was held, and thanked all Eskişehir residents who showed interest in the exhibition.