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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The world famous Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York explains Islamic art to its visitors in an attempt to establish an intercultural bridge against the rise of Islamophobia in the country
The United Kingdom’s first retrospective of Fahrelnissa Zeid, an important figure in the Turkish avant-garde D-Group in the early 1940s, opened at Tate Modern
An international group exhibition at Arter, titled ‘Ways of Seeing,’ brings together 33 artists, consisting of 70 works ranging from 1,000 B.C. to the present
Australian sculptor Andrew Rogers’ sculptures created as part of his land art project “Rhythms of Life” seek interest, as their location is difficult to reach for tourists.
Forty years after her death, the personal life of opera great Maria Callas still has a rapt audience.
Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa is the one who recently purchased Basquiat’s masterpiece for $110.5 million. ‘I buy simply because they are beautiful. That’s all,’ he says
Istanbul Modern is displaying its collection of works by Fahrelnissa Zeid, renowned for her large-scale canvases that fuse European approaches to abstract art with Byzantine, Islamic and Persian influences
Inside an art gallery on the divided Mediterranean island of Cyprus, Selma Bolayir draws a large yellow sun on a black-and-white picture of a South Vietnamese soldier who appears to be crying
The selected works of Costa Rican artist José Sancho are at Pera Museum. The works focus on ‘erotic nature,’ as well as animal and figurative themes, reflecting an internalized universe