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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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The 4th Istanbul Design Biennial kicks off this weekend with the theme School of Schools. The exhibitions take place for six weeks in six venues, each with their own specific thematic focus.
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Cornucopia Magazine Sep 19
Three photographers investigate the connection between nature and the mind in this group exhibition at Mixer.
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Cornucopia Magazine Sep 18
Gökçe Erhan's first solo exhibition at artSümer features paintings formed from thousands of tiny images
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Cornucopia Magazine Sep 17
Artist Sefer Memişoğlu explores civilization's duality of light and darkness in this solo exhibition at DEPO.
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Cornucopia Magazine Sep 15
Alican Leblebici explores all kinds of fear in his solo exhibition at Mixer.
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Cornucopia Magazine Sep 14
The Pera Museum celebrates the 150th anniversary of Galatasaray High School with a group exhibition that delves into its meaning and significance as a private place of learning and as a public intellectual forum.
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Cornucopia Magazine Sep 13
Artist Burcu Yağcıoğlu's abstract collages are on display at Galerist through October 20.
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Cornucopia Magazine Sep 13
Running parallel with the Istanbul Design Biennial, Anna Laudel Contemporary presents the dynamic sculptures of Daniele Sigalot.
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Cornucopia Magazine Sep 12
John Dyson has nothing but praise for Cem Mansur’s outstanding youth orchestra.
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Cornucopia Magazine Sep 12
The artists Anna Boghiguian, Rana Hamadeh, Navine G. Khan-Dossos and Merve Ünsal present a group exhibition at SALT Beyoğlu as part of the venues Conversations series.
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Cornucopia Magazine Sep 11
Yunus Emre Erdoğan's solo exhibition seeks meaning in the ineffable at Sanatorium.
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Cornucopia Magazine Sep 7
Merve İşeri’s solo exhibition delves into the sweetness and rottenness of life through four paintings at KRANK Art Gallery.
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Cornucopia Magazine Sep 5
Don't miss this exhibition of Ani Çelik Arevyan’s photography, which presents excerpts from her 30-year archives as evocative diptychs.
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Cornucopia Magazine Sep 4
Make sure to get your tickets for the International Ephesus Opera and Ballet Festival, beginning on September 7.
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Cornucopia Magazine Sep 3
The current exhibition at the George Washington Museum and Textile Museum displays a collection of heretofore unseen 18th- and 19th-century Anatolian kilims.
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Cornucopia Magazine Sep 1
Nardis Jazz Club is back after its August hiatus with a rousing September programme.
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Cornucopia Magazine Aug 29
Artist and filmmakers, don't forget to submit your work to the Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival. The festival is especially interested in the work of Turkish filmmakers.
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Cornucopia Magazine Aug 20
This is the last week to see Istanbul’s Seaside Leisure: Nostalgia from Sea Baths to Beaches at the Pera Museum. It closes August 26.
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Cornucopia Magazine Aug 15
Now is a great time to escape the city and soak in the classical music on the Bodrum Peninsula. The 15th International Gümüşlük Classical Music Festival is running through the month.
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Cornucopia Magazine Aug 14
If you're in Ankara this week, make sure to catch the last few days of Ömer Kavuk's solo photography exhibition Appraising The Unwanted.
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