- Welcome Aboard
- Istanbul’s 1,600 Year-Old Harbor Theodosius
- Eber Lake
- Istanbul is Ready For The Onslaught
- 2010 World Basketball Championship
- Is Istanbul the world’s new fashion capital?
- Haluk Bilginer
- Games Of The Digital Age
- Underwater Hockey
- The tastes that flew away
- The Taurus Mountains
- A New Address for Art: Istanbul
- Cultures At The Cinematic Crossroad
- 1001 Documentaries
- Beautiful, but does it work?
- A Journey Through Historic Ankara
- Love By Any Other Name
- Could This Be The Last Album?
- Warm Winter Concerts
- Izmir Culture Workshop: Setting an Example
- Three Exhibitions In Berlin
- Mountain Films En Route To Paris
- A City An Author
- Russia Facing Europe
Known for his ‘Fat Sculptures’ and ‘One-minute Sculptures’, artist Erwin Wurm is at Akbank Sanat through December in an exhibition promoting his work.
‘‘Hybrid Spaces, Corridors’, an exhibition by artist Azade Köker, who pursues her career in Berlin, is on at Galeri Dell-Arte through December 4.
The 17th International Istanbul Theater Festival will take place May 14 to June 10, 2010. Those wishing to participate with projects may apply at the Deniz Palas, Istanbul Foundation of Culture and Art’s new building in Şişhane, through December 18.
Works by Müge Akçakova, Burak Bedenlier, Audrey Bakx, Şükran Mertcan and Petrit Halilaj, opens at Siemens Sanat on December 5.
First featured at last year’s Venice Architecture Biennale, the exhibition, ‘Museums and Libraries in Modern Finnish Architecture’, opened at Milli Reasürans Art Gallery on November 24. Put together by the Finnish Museum of Architecture, the exhibition hints at new roles for cultural institutions such as libraries and museums under the heading, ‘Store and Share’. Through December 19.
‘Kuşevi Fabrikası’ (Bird House Factory) acrobats, jugglers and mimes will construct a birdhouse on stage as they perform to 1920’s tunes at the TIM Maslak Show Center on December 10-13.
Yapı Kredi Sermet Çifter Hall is hosting a symposium on Collectors and Collecting on Saturday, December 5. Collection Club President Şerif Antepli will chair the two-session event which begins at 1:30 p.m. and ends at 5 p.m.
An art gallery that espouses street art, Milk is hosting an exhibition, ‘Gayri Meşrutiyet’, by book illustrator Engin Öztekin through December 27.
Balkan Naci İslimyeli is celebrating a forty-year career in an exhibition, ‘Air-Water-Earth-Fire’, opening at İş Sanat Kibele Galerisi on December 10.
Originally established in honor of Turkish literary figure Memet Fuat, who died in 2002, awards in the fields of Criticism, the Essay and Publishing will be given again this year for the 6th time. Applicants may enter any works published between January 1 and December 31, 2009.
Organized by the Association for Photogenic Photographic Arts, the 21st Şinasi Barutçu Cup Photography Exhibition can be viewed at Fotoğrafevi December 19.
An exhibition entitled ‘Kristal’ by Bahar Oganer, an artist who works in acrylic on large canvases, opens at Dirimart on December 10.
Banu Birecikligil is bringing art lover her 4th one-man show, ‘Gece Karşılaşması’ (Nocturnal Encounter), at Galeri X-Ist from November 19 through December 19. The artist, who combined visuals childhood images, family photographs and newspapers in her previous shows, has completely distanced herself from the external world this time to embark on a nocturnal journey between earth and sky.
A graduate student in the Plastic Arts Department of Yeditepe University’s School of Fine Arts, Selma Tuna Doğan is opening her new exhibition of acrylics on canvas at Ziraat Bank’s Tünel Art Gallery on December 7. Through December 25.
The 13th European Short Track Championship will be held at Abdi İpekçi Arena on December 10-13. 866 athletes and trainers from 41 countries will be in the competition, which is expected to be watched by 600 million. Last year’s championship was held in Croatian.