The "Bir Arada" concert series kicks off with jazz artist, composer, and educator Ceren Temel. Temel, who employs improvisation and interpretation as expressive tools in jazz, is accompanied on stage by Bîdar, whose musical style is rooted in progressive soul, jazz, R&B, and electronic genres.
A selection from the collections of the Suna and İnan Kıraç Foundation, scanned by photogrammetry technique, is presented in 3 dimensions. The selection includes weights and measures from the Anatolian Weights and Measures Collection and objects from the Kütahya Tiles and Ceramics Collection.
Embark on a journey to ages ago and merge with the characters in the famous orientalist portraits of the era! Pera Museum presents "Faces of the Ages", an Instagram filter inspired by the portraits in the Suna and İnan Kıraç Foundation Orientalist Painting Collection.
The Bosphorus, which divides the city from north to south, separates two continents, renders Istanbul distinct for western painters, offers the most picturesque spectacles for western artists. At times, as it is in Ziem’s paintings, the Bosphorus is the most important element in creating a storybook atmosphere for Istanbul.
Although traditionally used as a medium for functional or decorative objects, ceramic has become a medium that is increasingly used by contemporary. Here is the work of some important contemporary ceramic artists from around the world!
Specifically designed for The Art of Weight and Measure exhibition, children actively engage in socio-emotional learning processes. In the workshop, the journey of an object transforming into an artwork displayed in the museum is brought to life through improvisation exercises.
While visiting the Intersecting Worlds: Ambassadors and Painters and Osman Hamdi Bey exhibitions with a guide, children are inspired by the magical world of orientalist paintings. They prepare paper pulp using recycled materials and produce their handmade papers by sifting the pulp, which they then transfer to a water-filled basin. While waiting for their paper to dry, children paint on pre-dried handmade papers
Isabel Muñoz is a Spanish photographer renowned for her captivating monochromatic portraits of individuals and cultures from around the world. Her works have been widely exhibited in numerous galleries and museums globally. One of the primary reasons why Muñoz's photography holds international significance is her exceptional ability to encapsulate the essence and aesthetics of diverse cultures through portraiture.
While Paula Rego belatedly was recognised as one of the leading feminist pioneers of her age, little has been written about her exploration of fluid sexuality. Indeed the current of sado-masochism in her drawings and paintings, has tended to encourage an understanding as a classic clash between the patriarchy and exploited women.
Pera Museum offers a unique digital experience inspired by a panoramic artwork in the "Intersecting Worlds: Ambassadors and Painters" exhibition, prepared in collaboration with Meditopia. The video opens up the space to experience the "Istanbul Panorama," a painting created by Antoine de Favray with oil on canvas between 1770 and 1773. This video brings together the power of art and the mental experience.
Isabel Muñoz, an intrepid explorer and observer of nature, aesthetics, and diverse cultures, embarked on a photographic journey through Göbeklitepe, Karahantepe and Sayburç – some of Türkiye’s most significant archeological sites.
The publication accompanying the exhibition includes the curatorial text by Refik Akyüz and Serdar Darendeliler,as well as articles penned for the catalogue by seven different academics, researchers and writers, who work, do research, inspired by the works of the exhibited artists.
The publication accompanying the exhibition includes the curatorial text by Alistair Hicks titled “No Single Story Tells the Story”, as well as a text written by the artist Leylâ Gediz looking at Rego’s practice through a personal lens.
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On Wednesdays, the students can
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Full ticket: 80 TL
Discounted: 40 TL
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