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Karagöz master Orhan Kurt says Karagöz Shadow Theater will not die in Turkey because young people are interested in the art
Students at Istanbul University’s Art History Department have elicited administrative disapproval after a 16th century Italian work they selected for an event poster was deemed “bawdy” by authorities.
Greek artist Konstantinos Kerestetzis presents his Istanbul paintings at a new exhibition at the city’s Sismanoglio Megaro building of the General Consulate of Greece
An exhibition at Istanbul’s Pera Museum examines faith, magic and rational medicine as methods of healing in Byzantium. A symposium will also be held as part of the exhibition
Istanbul is rich in terms of museums, but only now are the families of deceased artists beginning to open museum houses to create a bridge between the public and their literary and artistic heroes
London’s National Gallery has banned selfie sticks, it said on March 11, following the lead of museums around the world alarmed by the possible hazards to visitors and artworks
An oil painting titled 'Orphan Man, Standing,' has been seized by Turkish police in Tokat, as the preliminary report says it could be made by Van Gogh in 1882
The 1st Art Ankara Contemporary Art Fair kicks off today in the capital. The fair will host national and international artists and exhibitions until March 15.
One of Gustav Klimt's most famous paintings will not be returned to the heirs of its Jewish former owner in a case that has tested Austria's laws on restitution of looted art
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