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New York's MoMA store: a pioneer in innovation

New York's MoMA store: a pioneer in innovation

While some museums are still somewhat skittish about selling souvenirs, New York's celebrated MoMA leads the way in retail innovation, its design boutiques almost as popular as the artwork on display.

Comment(s) 3/23/2015

Istanbul Photo Awards winners announced

Istanbul Photo Awards winners announced

An image taken by Australian photographer Daniel Berehulak has been chosen as Photo of the Year 2014 by the international jury of the 1st Istanbul Photo Awards News Photo Contest

Comment(s) 3/18/2015

Baksı Museum turns 10 with various events

Baksı Museum turns 10 with various events

The Baksı Museum in the eastern Black Sea province of Bayburt’s Bayraktar (Baksı) village will celebrate its decennial with various events this year.

Comment(s) 3/20/2015

Aydın Doğan cartoons in Brussels

The exhibition of the 31st Aydın Doğan International Cartoon Competition, organized by the Aydın Doğan Foundation, opened on March 19 in Brussels.

Comment(s) 3/20/2015

‘Arts against violence’ at Pera Fest

‘Arts against violence’ at Pera Fest

The 13th Pera Fest, to be organized this year with the theme “Arts Against Violence,” will kick off on March 21. The event is organized by the Association of Intercultural Communications - Interdisciplinary Arts, and PPR.

Comment(s) 3/19/2015

Antalya to welcome world’s best  photojournalists

Antalya to welcome world’s best photojournalists

Antalya will switch gears in April to welcome the Photo Antalya International Press Photo Days, which will bring together some of the world’s most famous photojournalists to the city

Comment(s) 3/18/2015

Judith Raum’s ‘eser’ at SALT Beyoğlu

Judith Raum’s ‘eser’ at SALT Beyoğlu

German artist Judith Raum’s comprehensive installation “eser” has been included as one of 10 artistic positions included in the exhibition program “A Century of Centuries” at SALT Beyoğlu

Comment(s) 3/18/2015

16th-century painting declared ‘bawdy’ by Turkish university

16th-century painting declared ‘bawdy’ by Turkish university

Students at Istanbul University’s Art History Department have elicited administrative disapproval after a 16th century Italian work they selected for an event poster was deemed “bawdy” by authorities.

Comment(s) 3/13/2015

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