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.
Ever since UNESCO recognized flamenco as a World Heritage Treasure in 2010, Nov. 16 has been celebrated as World Flamenco Day, and Ankara’s “Mavi Sahne” is set to organize the 2nd Flamenco Marathon on the same date this year.
One of the world's leading international art fairs, ‘Contemporary Istanbul,’ starts today. The three-day event hosts 104 galleries and 520 artists from 22 countries
Kim Kardashian may be getting all the attention but the Metropolitan Museum in New York knows what a real statuesque booty looks like, the Nypost has reported.
Three out of 18 suspects were arrested in the investigation of 302 pieces that were stolen from the State Museum of Painting and Sculpture in Ankara last year
Italian coffee house Caffe Nero has organized a new workshop at Sabancı University Sakıp Sabancı Museum with the aim of supporting the arts.
Istanbul’s newly-opened culture and art space Uniq Istanbul will host an exhibition by Philippine artist Norge Reichenbach. Titled #PeaceandLove, the exhibition will open at Uniq Gallery on Nov. 13.
Two iconic Andy Warhol paintings of Elvis Presley and Marlon Brando sold for more than $151 million at auction in New York on Nov. 12, shattering pre-sale estimates by several million dollars.
Angela Doğançay, the wife of Burhan Doğançay, a leading figure in the Turkish art scene who passed away in 2013, has donated one work from his last series to Istanbul Modern.
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