Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
“Ölüdeniz,” the last masterpiece by leading Turkish painter Ömer Uluç, who died in 2010, was sold for 950,000 Turkish Liras at the 283rd auction of the Antik A.Ş. Auction House held at Antil Palace.
“A Promised Exhibition,” the most comprehensive presentation of Turkish contemporary artist Gülsün Karamustafa’s works to date, both in Turkey and internationally, goes on view at SALT Beyoğlu and SALT Galata on Sept. 10.
Antalya is known as Turkey’s capital of fun in the sun, sea and sand, but a world of play is also awaiting tourists in the southern destination at the city’s toy museum
“Istanbul, My Nostalgia,” an exhibition depicting the reminiscences of Istanbul Greeks on their expatriation and homesickness, began at Museum Çankaya
The French Cultural Center will present an exhibition displaying photos taken by photojournalists from the Sipa Press news agency
It's deep underground, dubbed "the world's longest art exhibition", shows everything from Roman torsos to giant tulips
Architectural restoration expert Zeynep Ahunbay will be at SALT Ulus on Sept. 12 for a talk
There will be something for every art lover in the weeks to come in Istanbul, with galleries preparing for the upcoming 13th Istanbul Biennial
Egeran Gallery is preparing to present Turkish artist Işıl Eğrikavuk, winner of the 2012 Full Art Prize, with her work 'Reverse Corner,' which was inspired by the recent Gezi Park protests
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