Etel Adnan, the daughter of a Turkish officer and an Ottoman Greek mother, born in Lebanon with roots in Turkey, France and the US, has a colourful and thorough retrospective at Istanbul’s Pera Museum, called ‘Impossible Homecoming.’
The "Fast" saga, one of Hollywood's most successful franchises, started in 2001 as a story about illegal street racing and evolved into the tale of a close-knit team involved in heists and espionage.
The 28th Istanbul Jazz Festival is coming our way in September with a fantastic lineup, great outdoor venues, and numerous free park concerts.
The Sakip Sabanci Mardin City Museum - Dilek Sabanci Art Gallery in southeast Turkey’s Mardin province is hosting a Russian avant-garde exhibition only now because of the delays caused by the pandemic, to great enthusiasm.
We look at a visionary project in capital Vienna that exemplifies how the city is trying to make urban space more inclusive, and how female architects and designers are driving the change.
Fifteen months after shuttering for the pandemic, Radio City Music Hall reopens its doors for the Tribeca Festival premiere of a new Dave Chappelle documentary for a full-capacity, fully-vaccinated audience.
"This is madness, this is an absolute record for a Mona Lisa reproduction," a Christie's spokeswoman said.
Fashion brands Armani, Dolce & Gabbana and Etro invite a small audience to their men's Spring/Summer 2022 collections, the first live audience shows for the brands since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.
For a month starting in mid-August, Istanbulites will be able to enjoy breathtakingly beautiful concerts in venues just as gorgeous, thanks to the 49th Istanbul Music Festival.
The 40th Istanbul Film Festival, organised by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (IKSV), comes back roaring to life with both online and theatre screenings, thanks to Turkey’s Herculean efforts to vaccinate its masses
New York judge rules Harvey Weinstein will be extradited to California to face rape and sexual assault charges nearly a year after Los Angeles prosecutors first sought to move the convicted former movie producer.
"They Are Us" film about PM Jacinda Ardern's response to 2019 Christchurch terror attacks has been slammed by New Zealand's Muslims and others for pushing a "white saviour" narrative and "sidelining the victims".
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