- Turkey Hits Its Shot
- Shades Of Turkey In China
- Let The Festivals Begin!
- Let The Roses Bloom
- Defterdarburnu As It Once Was
- Second Stop: Clay
- Art In Elazığ
- Classical Music On The Golden Horn
- Munich Loves You
- Forever Young, May 19
- Sultan Of Land And Sea
- The Work Of The Waqfs
- The World Is Speaking Turkish!
- Straddling Two Continents
- The Film Is About To Begin!
- Exhibitions Worth Seeing
- Hot Shopping In The North
- Redbud Time In Istanbul
- White Legacy In The Aegean
- The Conjunction Of Three Continents
- Romans Of Everyday Life
- A Master Remembered
- Shadow Of Istanbul Falls On Luxembourg
- Semih Sayginer’s Ho Chi Minh City
- A Legend That Came From The Sea
- Be A World Local
- Africa In Five Questions
Exhibitions Worth Seeing
The month of May is jam-packed with original and innovative exhibitions. And we have selected a few for you.
MARITIME LIFE IN ISTANBUL ON CANVAS A representative of the photorealism movement in Turkey, Mustafa Sekban portrays Istanbul and its seas and fishermen on canvas in his show, I Won’t Forget Us. Sekban’s paintings depicting life on the water in Istanbul can be seen at Galeri Idil through May 12.
DRAWING PICTURES WITH WIRE An artist who recreates characters and objects from miniature paintings using wire, Yıldız Şermet is holding her 5th solo show at Galeri Apel through May 11. The show, focusing on line as the language of painting, stands out for its narrative style which posits a link between tradition and the present.
SEEKING THE TRUTH: LAND ART Australian artist Andrew Rogers’ land art project, Winding Path - The Search for Truth, is on at Proje4L/Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art through June 8. The work, a replica of the Kali Gandaki Valley Gorge in Nepal, points up our environmental responsibility for the earth.