Spread across a dozen venues, with 500 contributors from almost 30 nations, the Biennial aims to draw in a public estranged by politics and two years of pandemic lockdowns.
A former journalist, Sim Chi Yin came to question the primacy of archival sources after realizing the deliberate decisions behind what gets included or excluded.
Images circulating online appear to show cracked and damaged floors caused by heavy cleaning machinery used at the historic structure.
The figures of Assyrian deities were found in an underground chamber in Başbük that was first discovered by looters.
Amnesty International called the sentence a “travesty of justice of spectacular proportions” that “defies all logic.”
Fossils suggest that Asian mammals “invaded” Europe by crossing over a landmass that is now being called “Balkanatolia.”
Amnesty International urged the council to begin infringement proceedings against Turkey for its arbitrary detainment of the arts philanthropist.
The new generation of artists and curators is eager to explore alternative organizations and to tackle current social inequalities and issues.
A US District Judge ruled Turkey “slept on its rights” to the figurine by waiting until 2017 to seek its return, after it had been on view at the Metropolitan Museum for decades.
Şebnem Coşkun is among the winners of the Nature Conservancy’s 2021 photo contest, featuring images of landscape, wildlife, people, and water.
I recently visited the Hagia Sophia for the first time after its conversion and felt overwhelming sadness.
Over 200 years since they were discovered, researchers may have finally deciphered the elaborate Hittite carvings.