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The exhibition at ANAMED includes a 3D model of Trabzon’s Hagia Sophia, which is considered to be the greatest surviving imperial Byzantine monument of the 13th century in Turkey
The 3rd Mardin Biennial, organized by the Mardin Cinema Association, opened on May 17 at the idle Morephrem Monastery in the eastern province of Mardin
The Sultan Bayezid II Külliye Health Museum in Edirne was reopened with a ceremony after the completion of restoration works
The Contemporary Istanbul celebrates its 10th year and, as part of its celebrations, it will hold a reception at New York’s New Museum
The Cappadocia region will welcome a brand new festival called Cappadox. The event aims to establish a multi-disciplinary platform to enjoy the special geography of the region through music, art and gastronomy for three days.
Painter Haydar Özay, son of the 21-year gardener of Istanbul’s Gezi Park, has spent his life there. He has recently finished a huge, 50-square meter painting of Gezi Park.
Vincent Van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers,’ Edvard Munch’s ‘The Scream’ and ‘The Blue Window’ by Henry Matisse are among the reproductions lining streets and highways of Iran nowadays
A painting, believed to be the famous 19th century French artist Paul Cezanne’s ‘Young Italian Woman at a Table,’ has been seized in Turkey’s northwestern province of Yalova.
A Picasso masterpiece smashed the record for the most expensive artwork ever sold at auction when it fetched $179.4 million
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