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Two acclaimed Turkish directors will feature at the 71st Venice Film Festival, from Aug. 27 to Sept. 6.
LONDON - Reuters
Helen McCrory of Harry Potter fame is a chain-smoking Medea and pop duo Goldfrapp provides a riveting score for a new staging in London of Euripides’s 2,500-year-old play
LOS ANGELES - Agence France-Presse
A tree planted in a Los Angeles park in memory of the late George Harrison of the Beatles has been killed by beetles, a city councilor said Tuesday.
PARIS - Agence France-Presse
Colombian pop star Shakira has become the first person to reach more than 100 million fans on Facebook, becoming the most "liked" celebrity on the social network in the process.
ZURICH - Agence France-Presse
American blues legend Johnny Winter has died aged 70 in a hotel room near Zurich, Swiss police and a statement on his official Facebook page said
BODRUM - Hürriyet Daily News
The historic Bodrum Castle will once again host stars from the international and Turkish ballet scene during the 12th Bodrum International Ballet Festival between July 19 and Aug 6
So far this summer, thousands of Istanbulites have been treated to blockbuster performances from David Guetta, Justin Timberlake, Bob Dylan, and Metallica. Let’s take a look at nine must-see upcoming live shows from Neil Young to Lady Gaga
The Martha Graham Dance Company will take the stage at İzmir Kültürpark on July 17 within the scope of the 28th International İzmir Festival.
World renowned Indian-born British sculptor Anish Kapoor’s work titled 'Double' has been included in the permanent collection of the Sakıp Sabancı Museum (SSM)
CARACAS - Agence France-Presse
A painting by Henri Matisse stolen more than a decade ago in Caracas and later recovered in an FBI sting is on display again in the Venezuelan capital.
The International Forum of the Arts (IFA), a prestigious art organization composed of international artists, collectors, curators and art lovers will hold the first Üsküdar Art Biennial
Calls for a boycott of Israeli products circulating on social media have extended to novels penned by Mario Levi, an acclaimed Turkish writer of Jewish descent, drawing criticism at overt anti-Semitism
FOLDED CORNER - ‘The Emergence of Social Democracy in Turkey: The Left and the Transformation of the Republican People’s Party’ by Yunus Emre
The İş Bankası Publishing House is preparing to mark the first anniversary of Turkish writer Leylâ Erbil’s death by publishing a compilation of her diaries