Spray-painted in murals, wielded on anti-war banners, and even once hung as a tapestry at the United Nations, Pablo Picasso’s “Guernica” might be the world’s most famous political artwork.
Swimming with wild dolphins is something most can only dream of, and jumping into pools with captive animals has become increasingly controversial with environmentalists condemning it as cruel.
Tributes poured in on Nov. 19 for Malcolm Young, co-founder of the Australian rock band AC/DC, a day after he died at the age 64 after suffering from dementia for several years.
Works are almost completed in the UNESCO-listed ancient cities of Xanthos and Letoon, which will be reopened to visitors soon
Sylvester Stallone has responded to allegations that he sexually assaulted a teenage girl in 1986, calling the claims “categorically false.”
Mövenpick Hotel Istanbul’s Italian Executive Chef Giovanni Terracciano and acclaimed instructor chefs from the gastronomy and culinary arts departments of well-known universities and culinary academies will gather at the “Giovanni & Friends” event for Teacher’s Day on Nov. 24 to showcase an exclusive menu of tantalizing flavors.
Coldplay generated more than $500 million on the rockers’ just completed global tour, the band’s promoters said Nov. 16, making it the third highest-grossing in history.
Five Russian painters, Evgenia Lyalina Yayıkoğlu, Aygül Okutan, Diana Gaudi Anna Lukashevska, Cornelia Margan and Tatiana Kirillova, who all live in Turkey, will open the second exhibition of their ‘I am Listening to Istanbul’ project on Nov. 19
Istanbul’s Akaretler exhibition space is due to host Füreya Koral, an iconic figure in contemporary ceramic art in Turkey. The show, which will take the form of a retrospective, opens on Nov 18