• Arter


    September 2019

    Opened in 2010 as a subsidiary of the Vehbi Koç Foundation, Arter has moved to its new building in 2019, which marks the 50th anniversary of the Foundation. Ready to reopen its doors in Istanbul’s Dolapdere district, Arter aims to bring together artists and audiences through celebration of today’s art in all its forms and disciplines. Designed by London-based Grimshaw Architects, Arter’s new building will assume its place among the leading cultural buildings of the city.


  • 16th Istanbul Biennial

    14 September - 10 November 2019

    16th Istanbul Biennial, curated by the eminent art historian and curator, Nicolas Bourriaud. Istanbul Biennial is organised by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (İKSV) and sponsored by Koç Holding.


  • William Kentridge

    Why Should I Hesitate: by William Kentridge – Cape Town

    The largest ever exhibition by internationally acclaimed artist William Kentridge opens in Cape Town on 24th August. This major exhibition is hosted simultaneously in two parts by the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA), which will host his multi-media works; and at Norval Foundation, which will present his sculptural works.


  • venedik

    Venice Biennale 2019

    11 May-24 November 2019

    It’s Venice Biennale time again. The 58th edition of Venice Biennial, which has been organizing since 1895, will take place between 11 May-24 November 2019. This year the biennial is expected to bring more than half a million people to Venice. Once again, it will turn Venice into an art city, feature most important names of the artworld, shine its young rising stars and bring 90 countries to Venice. With its main exhibition entitled “May You Live in Interesting Times”, country pavilions, collateral events and art presentations, the 58th Venice Biennial will offer the artlovers a 6-month period filled with history, art, colors and energy. Let’s look at the 58th Venice Biennial’s venues, events and must-haves together. (Cover Photo: artnews.com)


  • Myths And Dreams

    Kıraathane, 5 July – 5 Sept 2019

    The legends of the lands we live on might be the oldest stories in history. The myths with a universality beyond time and place and a discourse on the human condition are the principal foundations of the literary tradition constituting the backbone of our civilization. Although they belong to such a distant past, the symbols from these stories are deeply rooted in the contemporary individual’s subconscious and they continue to appear before us, either among ancient remains all around Anatolia, or at the least expected corners of our cities, still as one of the leading sources of inspiration for visual arts.