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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The Yorgo Seferis Art Gallery has changed location across the street to take up more spacious quarters in a restored stone building said to have once been used as a camel stable
The Middle East’s insistence on being a major actor in the art scene carries political reasons: The image of a modern state is often built by the international art events that a country hosts
An exhibition Ai Weiwei opened at London’s Royal Academy of Arts is his first in five years which he could personally supervise after recovering his passport
A 300-year-old marriage custom of the semi-nomadic Yörüks - carrying a wedding chest to the bridal house - continues in the western province of Muğla.
The southern province of Antalya has a new culture center, recently opened with two exhibitions by two masters, Picasso and Ara Güler
Istanbul’s Gallery Eksen will host an exhibition, titled “Symbolist Imagery,” by Serap Kökten. Curated by Necmi Karkın, the painting exhibition will be open between Oct. 2 and 16.
Istanbul’s Pera Museum is hosting young artists from Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Sarajevo Academy of Fine Arts.
The 100th birthday of Nuri İyem, the great master of Turkish painting, is celebrated at the Evin Art Gallery with a comprehensive exhibition
The Consulate General of Greece in Istanbul, in collaboration with the National Hellenic Research Institute (Ottoman Studies Program) and the Orient-Institut Istanbul will hold a series of lectures titled “Remembering the Ottoman Past in the Eastern Mediterranean.”
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