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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
“Why Are We ‘Artists’? – 100 World Art Manifestos,” newly published by Penguin Books, is a collection of 100 artists’ manifestos from across the world between 1909 and 2012, bringing together activists, post-colonialists, surrealists, socialists, nihilists and a host of other voices.
Jan Boelen has been named as the curator of the next edition of the Istanbul Design Biennial, which will take place next year
Chinese artist Li Hongbo hopes his paper sculptures of weapons - from AK-47 assault rifles to bullets and pistols - will inspire people to think about peace.
An exhibition featuring just one painting of Turkish artist Tuncay Yurtsever has opened at the Mor Art Gallery in the resort district of Bodrum
The global political turmoil has left its mark on many of the works on display at this year’s Art Basel, the world’s biggest contemporary art fair
An exhibition titled “Matrakçı Nasuh: A 16th Century Genius,” featuring works by the famous 16th-century Ottoman philosopher, mathematician and historian Matrakçı Nasuh, opens today in Italian capital Rome.
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
British cartoonist Ross Thomson is the winner of the 34th Aydın Doğan International Cartoon Contest. The winners have shed light on the refugee crisis in their cartoons
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.