Contemporary Istanbul has announced the list of galleries and participants for its milestone 10th anniversary, with its “Focus” section this year on Tehran and CI Plugin New Media and Digitals Arts Section of the fair.
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Supporters of ultra-nationalist groups shout slogans during a protest against recent Kurdish militant attacks on Turkish security forces, in Istanbul,
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Contemporary Istanbul has announced the list of galleries and participants for its milestone 10th anniversary, with its “Focus” section this year on
The strait makes Istanbul the only city in the world lying on two continents. You can see Europe on my left and Asia on my right. We are in the middle of
EVANSTON, Ill. — Northwestern University artists, faculty members and students have a significant role in the 14th Istanbul Biennial, one of the world’s …
In one shop you are enchanted by the fabric your hand touches, in another you are astonished by the craftsmanship you witness. From clothing to furniture, accessories to plants, we drew up Istanbul’s design route. Click through for the most refined tastes of the city.
Contemporary art fair ArtInternational, which kicked off at the Haliç Congress Center on Sept. 4, ended on Sept. 6 after registering a record-breaking set of sales. More than 30,000 people visited the fair over the three days.
No doubt, one of the most interesting exhibitions at the 14th Istanbul Biennial organized by the Foundation for Istanbul Culture and Arts (İKSV) sponsored by Koç Holding is the house of Leon Trotsky, who lived on Büyükada, the largest of the Princes’ Islands in the Marmara Sea, in 1929.