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‘We are what we eat,’ says artist

‘We are what we eat,’ says artist

BLOK art space Istanbul will present an exhibition by Italian artist Marco Di Giovanni that provides food for thought on nutrition and eating

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Long-delayed Nazi museum opens in Munich

Long-delayed Nazi museum opens in Munich

The Documentation Center for the History of National Socialism examines how Munich, which prided itself on its culture of tolerance, thriving arts scene and convivial beer gardens, could become the cradle of fascism

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New York auction could smash art world record

New York auction could smash art world record

Christie’s auction house is hoping to set new world records with a Picasso valued at $140 million and a Giacometti worth $130 million, as New York’s spring auction season kicks off May 5

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Countdown starts to opening of ‘Respiro’

Countdown starts to opening of ‘Respiro’

“Respiro,” an installation by influential conceptual artist Sarkis, will be on view in the Pavilion of Turkey at the 56th International Art Exhibition in Venice from May 7 to November 22.

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'Sivil Düşün' EU Program supports activists and organizations alike

'Sivil Düşün' EU Program supports activists and organizations alike

Civil society support program Sivil Düşün answers the needs of civil society organizations and networks of CSOs, as well as individual activists with its progressive, flexible and inclusive structure

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Bach portrait returning to Germany

Bach portrait returning to Germany

The best-known portrait of Johann Sebastian Bach will go on public view for the first time in centuries after its American owner bequeathed it to an archive in the composer’s native Germany.

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Sand sculptures to reflect Seven Wonders

Sand sculptures to reflect Seven Wonders

The ninth Antalya Sand Sculpture Festival will be organized this year around the theme of the Seven Wonders of the World and mythology

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Ottoman flag returned to Turkey

Ottoman flag returned to Turkey

A flag which symbolized the sovereignty of the Ottomans in Damascus 100 years ago but disappeared during World War I has been returned to Turkey, Culture and Tourism Minister Ömer Çelik said.

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