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Istanbul Film Festival announces program

The 38th Istanbul Film Festival, organized by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (İKSV), will take place between 5 and 16 April with a program comprising highlights from Turkey and world cinema.

‘A migrant painter of modern times’ at SALT

Portrait painter Mihri, who lived between 1885 and 1954, had established herself as a prominent figure behind social change of her time by advocating the foundation of the Academy of Fine Arts for Women in the Ottoman Empire at the young age of 29. However, she remains barely referenced in the art historiography of Turkey since she spent a substantial part of her life abroad.

Countdown starts for Ankara contemporary art fair

The 5th Art Ankara International Contemporary Art Fair, bringing together Turkey's and the world's major galleries, artists, institutions and organizations, will be organized between March 14 and 17.

High quality, low cost fly Turkey hair transplant sector

I wanted to look better. A better look of my hair would make me feel charming," an Israeli man was saying on the table of hair transplantation operation in Turkey's Istanbul.

‘Harem,’ Turkey’s longest-running ballet

The Turkish ballet "Harem" (Seraglio), which blends classical ballet with Ottoman music, has become the longest-running ballet show in Turkey, having been staged by the Ankara State Opera and Ballet (ADOB) for 20 years. 

Letter from Istanbul | Athens | February 23

In Istanbul in the 19th century, two friends, violinists Cemil Bey, a Turk, and Vasilakis, a Greek-speaking Rom, managed to rescue their music from oblivion by recording it on the phonograph, then an exciting new medium.

Pavilion of Turkey to present 'We, elsewhere' in Venice

"We, Elsewhere," a new work by İnci Eviner, will be presented in Turkey's pavilion at the 58th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia to be held from May 11 to Nov. 24. 

Turkey's 3rd Antarctic expedition to kick off next week

Turkey's 3rd national scientific expedition to Antarctica is set to begin next week for meteorological researches on the coldest continent on earth, according to an official statement.

Turkey's most terrifying family: The Palus

A family in western Turkey has been shocking the country in recent weeks with their terrifying story, including allegations of multiple murders, kidnappings, pedophilia and torture.

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