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Underground venue tells ceramics history

Underground venue tells ceramics history

Turkey’s first underground museum, the Cappadocia Underground Ceramic Museum in Avanos, covers an area of 1,500 square meters and is 15 meters deep. The museum is set to open in July

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Children’s foundation opens first exhibition

Children’s foundation opens first exhibition

Showing off Istanbul through the eyes of children, a new exhibition is featuring the works of young photographers from the Koruncuk/Turkish Foundation for Children in Need of Protection as part of a social responsibility project.

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Warhol, Chambers at Pera Museum

Warhol, Chambers at Pera Museum

Istanbul’s Pera Museum has recently opened two exhibitions, featuring works by two masters of art, Andy Warhol and Stephan Chambers

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Art biennial aims to reach children and youth

Art biennial aims to reach children and youth

Turkey’s largest children and youth art event, the 3rd Istanbul Children and Youth Art Biennial will be organized between May 15 and June 16

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Dedications by Osman Hamdi’s daughter

Dedications by Osman Hamdi’s daughter

The guestbook of Nazlı Hamdi, the daughter of legendary Ottoman artist, archaeologist and founder of the Imperial Museum, Osman Hamdi Bey, is being featured in an exhibition in Istanbul

Comment(s) 5/10/2014

US architect Gehry wins top Spain prize

US architect Gehry wins top Spain prize

US architect Frank Gehry won Spain's top annual arts award for decades spent creating eye-catching buildings such as the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, the prize jury said on Wednesday.

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Picasso painting fetches $31 million in NY auction

Picasso painting fetches $31 million in NY auction

Pablo Picasso's 1932 oil painting "Le Sauvetage" sold at auction for more than $31 million

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Florence says Michelangelo's weak ankles holding up

Florence says Michelangelo's weak ankles holding up

Florence's museums authority on Tuesday played down the risk of Michelangelo's 500-year-old David statue falling down because of fractures in its ankles.

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