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Mamut Art Project

Turkey’s first and most extensive “accessible art” event Mamut Art Project is going to take place in KüçükÇiftlik Park for the fourth time, between April 21-24, 2016. The jury have decided that the works of 52 artists will be exhibited in the fourth Mamut Art Project this year, chosen from nearly 1000 applications.

Istanbul Film Festival

We’re currently in a state of eager anticipation for the upcoming Istanbul Film Festival. This year’s festival, between April 7-17 and sponsored by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (IKSV), will open with a 12-hour film marathon.

On Paper

The ‘On Paper’ exhibition, taking place from April 1- May 7 at Mixer, brings together artists who use various disciplines to create dialogue with paper. Focusing on paper’s place in the creative process, the exhibition reminds viewers that the material is an irreplaceable artistic tool.…

3 Artists, 3 Exhibitions

Arter will feature three new exhibitions showcasing new works by artists Bahar Yürükoğlu, Murat Akagündüz and Şener Özmen between March 24th and May 15th. Bahar Yürükoğlu’s exhibition “Devridaim” is constructed around her trip to the North Pole in 2015 and her experiences from it. The…

The Living Legend Of Russian Cinema: Kira Muratova

Pera Film, starting on March 5th, will bring its audience together with one of the most important women directors of Russian cinema, Kira Muratova’s collection as an ode to World Women’s Day on March 8th. Screening “Brief Encounters”, “Passions”, “Asthenic Syndrome”, “Tuner”, “Three Stories” and…

Jameel Prize

Victoria & Albert Museum Art Jameel presents 4th Jameel Prize Exhibition in Pera Museum between June 8th – August 14th 2016 in collaboration with Pera Museum. Earning the chance to win the 4th Jameel Prize, there are 11 artists chosen from more than 280 applications from various countries such…

Jameel Prizemontblanc And It’s Princess

In her first campaign for the Montblanc, Charlotte Casiraghi represents the effortless elegance, timeless beauty and irrepressible spirit of the contemporary Bohéme woman! Set in a spring garden, the Bohéme Day & Night shines on the princess’ arm, designed for woman who enjoys the excessive…

Something There Was That Must Have Loved A Wall

The Iranian artist living in England, Farniyaz Zaker is meeting art lovers with her “Something There Was That Must Have Loved A Wall” exhibition in Pi Artworks Istanbul until March 7th. Zaker researches about the relation among clothing, body and buldings. While she does this,…