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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
Turkish painter Hikmet Cetinkaya opened an exhibition in Toronto, Canada this week.
The 12th Istanbul Biennial, which provided a depiction of the universality of the human condition, ended on Nov. 13, having attracted 110,000 visitors over two months.
The remains of the Ottoman frigate Ertuğrul, which was a sailing frigate of the Ottoman Navy, sank while returning from a goodwill voyage from Japan in 1890.
Salt Beyoğlu is hosting a new exhibition featuring the works of Hrair Sarkissian.
Turkish and Greek cartoonists will gather in Ankara between Nov. 18 and 29. The third edition of the Turkish-Greek neighborhood event will take place in the Turkish capital with contributions of Turkish and Greek cartoon associations and with support of the European Union.
Istanbul experiences a period of massive urbanization. While the goal of new development is to ameliorate the quality of life, urbanization brings hardships. The subject is now the focus of many artists in their works
In the exhibition titled “Memory Recordings from Periphery,” Istanbul’s Gallery Linart spotlights young talents from Eskişehir, the Anatolian city in northwestern Turkey, which continues through Dec. 10.
The Istanbul Photography Museum will open in the Kadırga Cultural Center in Fatih. The first museum of its kind in Turkey will also serve as a cultural center and display...