- Summer Comes With Classical Music!
- Heed The Call Of Music
- 100 Depictions Of The Prophet Mohammad In Istanbul
- Keeping The Miracîye Tradition Alive
- Shades Of Anatolia In London
- Confrontation In Venice
- Adhocracy In New York
- Biennale Time On The Canals
- Erol Akyavaş’s Projection Of Life
- Sarkis’s Latest
- Off We Go To The Children’s Festival!
- Passing The Ball To Life
- Surprise Result At Belek
- Time Of White
- In Living Color!
- Shopping Latino
- Ushering In The Festival Season
- A Chosen Artist
- History And Opera
- Yunus Emre Turkey Tour
- Hello, Summer!
- The Rouargue Brothers’ Istanbul
- Keeping History Alive: Safranbolu
- On The Ocean Shore
- Scandinavia In Five Questions
- Wilco Van Herpen’s Kaş
- Documenting The History Of Education
- Smitten By The Bridge
Time Of White
Known as the oldest tennis tournament in the world, Wimbledon is taking place this June for the 136th time.
The only Grand Slam tournament still played on grass turf, Wimbledon offers prize money totaling more than 14 million pounds Sterling. In addition to being the oldest tournament, another feature that makes Wimbledon interesting is that players can only wear white. Won last year by Serena Williams and Roger Federer, Wimbledon makes June a month eagerly awaited by tennis buffs.
A WEEK CRAM-PACKED WITH ART
Another event that makes London one of June’s stars is London Art Week. Combining Master Paintings Week with Master Drawings & Sculpture Week, London Art Week is hosting works by artists like Jacques Stélla, Thomas Gainsborough and Frank Lobdell. This art event, which you can visit at galleries in Mayfair and St. James June 28 to July 5, is well worth seeing.