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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 academic and painter Aydın Ayan celebrates the 45th anniversary of his life in the arts. A catalog of his works has been published by Mimar Sinan University Publications
Photographer Alp Alper and geological engineer Mustafa Yavuz are traveling Turkey on a gyrocopter to photograph the country’s beauties from the sky
As part of its recovery efforts, the Metropolitan Museum is considering a mandatory admissions fee for visitors from outside New York state. The set fee, possibly $25 for adults, would be the first in the venerable museum’s 147-year history
Organized by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts, the Pavilion of Turkey at the 57th International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia presents ÇIN by Cevdet Erek
Turkey’s pavilion at the 57th International Art Exhibition in Venice has been shown as the strongest national presentation by Jason Farago in his article in The New York Times
This year’s Aydın Doğan Award was presented to Turkish contemporary painter Neş’e Erdok at a ceremony on May 9
A bronze sold for $57.37 million in New York on May 15, setting a new auction record for Romanian-born sculptor Constantin Brancusi and fetching more than twice its lowest pre-sale estimate, Christie’s said.
A master of Turkish photography, Professor Sabit Kalfagil, was laid to rest in Istanbul on May 6.