Amnesty International called the sentence a “travesty of justice of spectacular proportions” that “defies all logic.”
Conversations with artists reveal a dark mood, and everyone is focused on one topic: When to leave? Where to go? What to do in the meantime?
ISTANBUL — “Diyarbakır is under martial law. It is the most important city in Kurdistan. With its 250,000 citizens, it seems as if pacification has been imposed successfully. The army is omnipresent, but the monitoring seems to have loosened […].”
ISTANBUL — Central Istanbul looks markedly different today than it did around this time two years ago.
I see Bailey’s face most places now because I signed up for the You Museum — the “world’s first and only personalized museum that’s with you wherever you go.”
ISTANBUL — What are the ramifications of the Gezi Taksim protests for the artistic community in Istanbul and, by extension, the arts in Turkey?