Hulya Yazici, who heads the Independent Art Association that is organising the event, said she hopes the exhibit spreads messages of positivity to the world and builds "cultural bridges between countries."
Among the priciest works sold was Pointillist pioneer Georges Seurat's Les Poseuses, Ensemble (Petite version), which fetched $149.2 million.
With the effects and progression of climate change becoming increasingly evident around the world, eco-activists have discovered a radical strategy to make their voices heard.
Researchers find that visiting museums can help attendees capture a sense of well-being and peace.
Turkish miniature paintings reached its peak in the sixteenth century, when they were mostly prepared for sultans.
Oral storytelling is a transformative art we can all learn and grow from, says a reviver of the tradition in Turkiye.
The film perpetuates an ignorant and profoundly offensive discourse that marginalises and harms Muslims and Arabs.
Abdulmecid II was the caliph during the emergence of the Turkish Republic, before leaving for Europe in 1924. He is represented by dozens of paintings and hundreds of ephemera in a massive undertaking by the Sakip Sabanci Museum.
Natalia Osipova, 35, of the Royal Ballet in London, teams up with partner Jason Kittelberger to offer three NFTs to the discerning art lover.
Organised under the patronage of Cigdem Simavi and sponsored by UNLU & Co, I-You-They: A Century of Artist Women can be visited at Beyoglu’s Mesher art space until March 27, 2021.
The canoe is tentatively dated to between 830-950 AD, near the end of the Maya civilization's classical zenith, when dozens of cities across present-day southern Mexico and Central America thrived.
The Artcurial auction carried out by Christie's comprises more than 40 pieces from the Mixteca, Aztec, Tlatilco and Colima cultures.
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