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- On the Roof Of Anatolia
- The Soul Of Japanese Culture: Kansai
- “I would turn down all the wealth of Croesus for love.”
- A User’s Guide To The Brain
- The Tıme Of The Comıc Book Artıst Has Come
- Treasury Of Calligraphy
- 10 Reasons To Go To Kuala Lumpur
- Ramadan Exuberance In Istanbul
- A History Of Everyday Life In Pictures
- Taking Top Honors Even When Stale...
- When Color Comes To Water…
- Jazz Capital Istanbul
- Chicago Waiting
- When Vinyl Won’t Do
- Spirou At 75!
- Final Days Of The Festival
- Robert College At 150 Years
- Before Hitting The Road
- Trial By Fire
- The Tour De France In Its 100th Year
- Miró In Izmir For The First Time
- Life Is A Long Bridge…
- Flashy And Cheap
- Pearl Of The Danube: Budapest
- City Of Warm Waters: Aqaba
- Folk Cultures In Croatia…
- Second To None
- Looking East From The West
- Beşiktaş Waterfront Palace
- Art Of Korea At Topkapi Palace
- Meeting Point
- Time Travel
- Northern Cyprus In Three Questions
- Mehmet Aktarli’s Diyarbakir
- Books Bursting With Life
Looking East From The West
Known for its exhibitions featuring prominent examples of western art as well as the Turkish-Islamic heritage, Sakıp Sabancı Museum this time is bringing art lovers The 1001 Faces of Orientalism.
The exhibition, which closely examines Orientalism, a concept that gained currency with growing interest in the East in 19th century Europe, has been put together in consultation with a team of academics and leading experts in the field. It looks at Orientalism from the perspective of the interaction between East and West and the debates on the subject sparked by Edward Said’s book of the same name. A series of related events parallels the exhibition through August 11.
An Orientalist In Mardin
Sakıp Sabancı Mardin City Museum-Dilek Sabancı Art Gallery has been hosting the works of the Dutch orientalist painter, Marius Bauer, since May through September 21.