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Akbank Sanat opens new season

Akbank Sanat opens new season

Akbank Sanat will open its new season of art with a world-renowned exhibition.

Comment(s) 8/26/2015

Greek sculptor sacrifices his own piece over fine

Greek sculptor sacrifices his own piece over fine

A Greek sculptor has chosen to hammer down his own sculpture rather than pay a fine for “destroying a natural structure” issued by a local municipality

Comment(s) 8/24/2015

Turkish bath becomes a museum

Turkish bath becomes a museum

Turkish baths, one of the best known features of Gaziantep, and their culture will be featured in a new museum opening soon in the southeastern province.

Comment(s) 8/25/2015

Tourism festival in Antalya

Tourism festival in Antalya

The 2nd International Alternative Tourism Arts and Culture Festival, Artoros, will host 162 artists from 22 different countries across the world including Italy, Macedonia, Japan, Poland and Kosovo on the high plain of the Taurus Mountains in the southern province of Antalya’s İbradi district.

Comment(s) 8/20/2015

Banksy's ‘Dismaland’ is an escape from mindless escapism

Banksy's ‘Dismaland’ is an escape from mindless escapism

Britain’s newest theme park, ‘Dismaland’ by street artist Banksy, is tagged as the UK’s most disappointing new visitor attraction and features work by other artists including Damien Hirst

Comment(s) 8/25/2015

‘Artists in Their Time’ at Istanbul Modern

‘Artists in Their Time’ at Istanbul Modern

A new exhibition at Istanbul Modern titled ‘Artists in Their Time’ offers a roadmap for understanding the intertemporal and existential journey of artists through the notion of time

Comment(s) 8/19/2015

‘The Art of Turks’ in German exhibition

‘The Art of Turks’ in German exhibition

A new group exhibition opened on Aug. 22 at the Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen in Dusseldorf focuses on the evolution of Turkish art, from the final years of the Ottoman Empire until the present day.

Comment(s) 8/24/2015

Ottoman cellars turned into ‘Cave of Arts’ museum

Ottoman cellars turned into ‘Cave of Arts’ museum

Lebanon’s Cave of Arts works to connect a new generation with the old by collecting the past and presenting it in an elegant way, says the owner

Comment(s) 8/18/2015

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