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Cornucopia Magazine
The biannual glossy for connoisseurs of Turkey. The last word on the region's art, history, interiors and travel, since 1992.
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Orhan Pamuk, Istanbul’s primary chronicler of hüzün, presents an exhibition of evocative photographs shot from his balcony at Yapı Kredi Kültür Sanat. It's on display through April 27.
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Cornucopia Magazine Feb 16
In her third solo show at Zilberman Gallery, the artist Zeynep Kayan explores repetitious structures through performative photography, video and sound pieces.
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Cornucopia Magazine Feb 15
Basim Magdy’s third solo show at artSümer presents two films and a selection from his new photographic series. It's open through March 23.
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Cornucopia Magazine Feb 12
This exhibition at Pi̇levneli̇ Mecidiyeköy features works on paper by over 100 contemporary Turkish artists.
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Cornucopia Magazine Feb 11
Jamie Leptien reviews 'Parajanov, with Sarkis', an exhibition that is simultaneously about, to and of its subject, the Armenian-Georgian film-maker Sergei Parajanov.
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Cornucopia Magazine Feb 9
Tarık Bayazıt finds both the materials and inspiration for his pieces in recycled materials picked up on beaches. His work is on display at ECNP Galeri this week.
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Cornucopia Magazine Feb 8
Make sure to get tickets to February's Istanbul Recitals concert on the 15th, featuring pianist Andrew Tyson.
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Cornucopia Magazine Feb 4
The exhibition Speculative Spaces at Kare Art Gallery brings together a group of artists curated by İpek Yeğinsü.
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Cornucopia Magazine Feb 2
Nardis Jazz Club's February programme will warm up your winter with jazz:
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Cornucopia Magazine Jan 31
Named after the average colour of the universe (according to astronomers), Murat Morova’s solo exhibition 'Cosmic Latte' at Galeri Nev brings together his recent works.
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Cornucopia Magazine Jan 31
The Turkish textile artist Belkıs Balpınar, pioneer of the contemporary art kilim, asks her weavers to defy gravity and space.
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Cornucopia Magazine Jan 30
Author John Mole set the clock back to the times of Chaucer in his Anglo-Turkish Society/Royal Anthropological Institute lecture in Bloomsbury on the Levantine adventures of an Italian small-town lawyer.
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Cornucopia Magazine Jan 28
Historian Naeem Mohaiemen explores Bangladesh’s complicated postcolonial journey through films, installations, and essays in this exhibition at SALT Beyoğlu.
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Cornucopia Magazine Jan 28
The bright and melancholy photographs of Stefano Benazzo are on display at the Rahmi M Koç Museum.
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Cornucopia Magazine Jan 24
Artist Aylin Zaptçıoğlu has her first solo exhibition at x-ist.
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Cornucopia Magazine Jan 22
Make sure to stop by LARTA 2019, the London Antique Rug & Textile Art Fair. It's open until January 27. LARTA Online is live as well, in conjunction with the fair.
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Cornucopia Magazine Jan 20
An exhibition of three artists focuses on built environments and how we interact with them.
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Cornucopia Magazine Jan 17
Ten artists contemplate the value of art and preservation in a new group exhibition at Mixer.
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Cornucopia Magazine Jan 16
The artist Ardan Özmenoğlu reflects the architecture and history of Anna Laudel Contemporary’s exhibition building through post-it notes and playing cards.
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Cornucopia Magazine Jan 16
Alan Duben’s work uses a combination of organic and inorganic found objects, and is now on view at Ayşe Takı Gallery.
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