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Ottoman, Roman coins at Japan castle

Ottoman, Roman coins at Japan castle

Japanese archaeologists said Sept. 28 they have for the first time unearthed ancient Roman coins at the ruins of an old castle

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Suffering and beauty become a metaphor for canvas artworks

Suffering and beauty become a metaphor for canvas artworks

Taner Ceylan may be the most famous and successful living Turkish artist. Six of his new works will be meeting with viewers at Sotheby’s London. The exhibition opens on Sept 23 and will run until Oct 28. In this new series called ‘I Love You,’ Ceylan questions the relation between suffering and love

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Istanbul Photo Awards exhibit opens in Vienna

Istanbul Photo Awards exhibit opens in Vienna

Turkey’s state-run Anadolu Agency launched its first global photo exhibition in the Austrian capital of Vienna on Sept. 27, displaying around 40 pictures covering key global events in 2015.

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Salon İKSV opens new season

Salon İKSV opens new season

Salon İKSV, which has been one of Istanbul’s most popular venues for art and culture lovers since 2010, offers a vibrant year with a new program starting on Sept 24

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Installation a call for help over plastic waste

Installation a call for help over plastic waste

Five million brightly colored plastic bottle tops have been laid out on a Mediterranean island, spelling the word “HELP” in an art installation that aims to draw attention to marine pollution.

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Productive season for Bozcaada ‘artists’ colony’ draws to a close

Productive season for Bozcaada ‘artists’ colony’ draws to a close

The final exhibition of the season at Bozcaada Art Gallery, on the island of Bozcaada off Turkey’s northwestern province of Çanakkale, is titled “A Meeting of Ceramics, Glass and Sculpture,” and features the work of many local artists

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Anatolian Travels at Arkas casts realistic eye on 19th century

Anatolian Travels at Arkas casts realistic eye on 19th century

Travelers from French scientific missions to Anatolia brought back a sober and non-exoticized vision of the Orient during the 19th century. Now, the Arkas Art Center in İzmir is providing a glimpse at how sojourners saw the later Ottoman Empire.

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Pera Museum opens season with two shows

Pera Museum opens season with two shows

The new season exhibitions at Pera Museum present works by US-based artist Katherine Behar and others created by Akdeniz University’s Faculty of Fine Arts students

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