Under the guidance of Bager Akbay, we attend a workshop on the Scratch platform. Using visuals, texts or sounds we have produced or found elsewhere, we code our own work of art, deriving inspiration from some of the Dadaist work that captured our attention in the exhibition.
Skin Deep is a tragic comedy of a destined loser who will do anything to prove that the destiny is wrong. A story of a hopeless romantic who wants to surprise his loved one with a tattoo on his left arm carrying her name, and ends up by surprising her with another lover. Now he has two options: abandon his belief in an eternal love or find another girl with the same name.
By attending a 3D, guided virtual tour of And Now the Good News: Works from the Nobel Collection, participants learn about the works of art displayed in the exhibition. Focusing on the relationship between mass media and art, this exhibition brings together a comprehensive selection of works from the Annette and Peter Nobel Collection.
We are celebrating Youth and Sports Day with a “Funflows” improvised movement workshop. After a 3D guided virtual tour of the And Now the Good News exhibition, we re-explore movement and dance as a limitless form of expression in this improvised movement workshop inspired by Dadaism
In the talk series, weighing and measurement systems used in the cultures the exhibition covers, namely the Age of Assyrian Trade Colonies, the Hittite Civilization, the Hellenistic Kingdoms, as well as the Roman Empire, the Byzantine Empire and the Ottoman Empire.
Join the adventures of a time traveling ambassador and a monkey from the Turkish harem in I Think I’m Lost! an animation series inspired by Pera Museum collections!
Add art to your standart new tab page with the artworks from Suna and İnan Kıraç Foundation Pera Museum’s collections. Click to download!
The painting introduced as “L’homme aux Tortues” in the Salon exhibition organized by Société des Artistes Français on 1 May 1906 in Paris, and briefly referred to in English as “Tortoises” in one of the exhibition catalogues, is none other than Osman Hamdi Bey’s famous work that has come to be known as the “Tortoise Trainer.” The date “1906” on the painting suggests that the painting was completed in the early months of that year in order to be included in the exhibition held in May. Osman Hamdi executed another painting of the same composition in a smaller scale, though withsome differences in detail. This second version includes a dedication by Osman Hamdi Bey tohis in-law Salih Münir Paşa
Focusing on the relationship between mass media and art, the exhibition entitled And Now the Good News brings together a comprehensive selection of works from the Annette and Peter Nobel Collection.
We are thrilled to present the first playlist of Amrita Hepi’s Soothsayer Serenades series as part of the Notes for Tomorrow exhibition. The playlist titled Two-handed is presented by Kübra Uzun on Pera Museum’s Spotify account.
We are thrilled to present the second playlist of Amrita Hepi’s Soothsayer Serenades series as part of the Notes for Tomorrow exhibition. The playlist titled Beautiful People is presented by Sarp Dakni on Pera Museum’s Spotify account.
Today we are thrilled to present the third playlist of Amrita Hepi’s Soothsayer Serenades series as part of the Notes for Tomorrow exhibition. The playlist titled Serenades to the Sun is presented by Kornelia Binicewiczon Pera Museum’s Spotify account.
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