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The new season at İş Sanat will open on Nov. 5. The program is full of world-acclaimed artists who will perform until May next year
‘Crimson Peak,’ which premieres around the world this month, borrows strongly from Del Toro’s love of Edgar Allen Poe stories and their complex reflections on human psychology.
Renowned Turkish actor Levent Kırca who died of liver cancer early on Oct. 12 in Istanbul at age of 67, was laid to rest in Istanbul on Oct. 13 after a funeral ceremony in Levent Mosque
In her latest book ‘The Crossing,’ PEN award winning Syrian journalist Samar Yazbek gives an account of what she witnessed in Syria
The 2nd International Bodrum Biennial continues in the western province of Muğla’s Bodrum resort around the theme of “Tolerance,” although the works by U.S. painter Deborah Semel Demirtaş were not shown much tolerance, in the artist’s words.
‘The Martian’ marks the second best launch of Ridley Scott’s career, behind only ‘Hannibal’s’ $58 million debut. It is also the second best premiere for star Matt Damon
Britain-based Iranian channel GEM TV is shooting its first TV series in Antalya, with the company set to shoot more series and films in the country
Two productions which paint vastly different portraits of modern existence have taken home the major award at Asia’s most prestigious film festival, with judges praising both for their ability to celebrate life
Pink Martini will once again be on the Istanbul stage on Oct. 18 at Volkswagen Arena as part of the group’s European Tour.
‘Roger Waters The Wall’ premiered on Sept. 28 in New York and was screened worldwide the next day for one day only before its release on DVD
The Good Music in Town concert series will kick off on Oct. 27, with five-time Grammy winner Canadian jazz artist Diana Krall
Renowned Turkish actor Levent Kırca died of liver cancer early on Oct. 12 in Istanbul. He was 67
On her 100th birthday, legendary French singer Edith Piaf will be on an Istanbul stage with the play ‘Edith Piaf-Marcel,’ performed by the Yerevan State Youth Theater, as the first Armenian play to be staged in Turkey
The Turkish capital of Ankara was the center of headlines when two explosions hit a peace rally at the city’s main train station Saturday [Oct. 10], a terror act with one of the biggest fatalities in history. The sad news came just days before its anniversary of becoming the capital of a newly-founded Turkish Republic on Oct. 13, 1923
The 2nd Fotoİstanbul Beşiktaş International Photography Festival is being organized under the theme ‘The Lives of Others.’ Exhibitions by Ara Güler and Robert Frank are among the festival’s attractions
Artists have been continuing to work on their sculptures for the Manavgat International Stone-Sculpture Symposium, which is being organized in the southern province of Antalya’s Manavgat district with the theme of “water and stone.”
Ozan Özavcı talks to HDN about his new book on the life of Turkish politician and intellectual Ahmet Ağaoğlu (1868-1938)
Exhibits from the Museum of Innocence, the award-winning Istanbul museum created by the Nobel Prize-winning novelist Orhan Pamuk in 2012, will go on show early next year at the Somerset House in London as part of a special display, the Art Newspaper has reported.
British singer P. J. Harvey released her first book of poetry on her 46th birthday on Oct. 9 - based on journeys to Afghanistan, Kosovo and the United States
The historic city walls of Diyarbakır, as well as two churches and a mosque, were damaged during clashes in the central district of Sur
Animal bones unearthed during excavations in Ephesus are being examined at a newly-established lab, giving fresh clues about people’s positions in society in the ancient era
Kayseri’s Kültepe mound was the trade hub of the Middle East. New excavations hope to provide more information on this ancient hub
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