Focusing on the points of contact between the physical and digital, and the fluid flow between them, the video also brings a witty commentary to cultural heritage preservation and conservation, passing heritage to upcoming generations, and the role that museums play throughout these processes.
The catalogue accompanying the exhibition features the Faculty of Fine Arts Dean Prof. Gülveli Kaya’s text about faculty’s artistic approach, the curatorial text of Marcus Graf, in which he elaborates on the exhibition idea, structure and organization.
In the workshop, we will use soap, which has become an everyday staple.
In this workshop, we will make our plant self-portrait based on the plants around us or in our minds.
Check out our "Constructing a Dream" playlist with Albanian songs from 1950s until the 1990s.
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. The paintings that have been produced either by painters who have been to Istanbul or by painters who have never been here, whose paintings don’t match the reality with their every detail, all become recognizable when the Bosphorus and the monumental structures are brought together.
The catalogue accompanying the exhibition features the curatorial text of Ulya Soley, which focuses on the concept of taste as a class indicator; looks at the sense of aesthetics, and its values ascribed to the East and the West and based on the relationship between art and visual culture that has been shaped in the process of transition from material culture to digital culture.
As one of the most original artists of 20th century Turkish painting, İhsan Cemal Karaburçak is among the rare autodidactic artists who developed his art by refusing to engage in academic training.
A Question of Taste is a group exhibition that deals with kitsch, a concept whose meaning has shifted since the 19th century, and the intimate relationship this concept has established with today's visual culture as well as its critical role in shaping taste.
The works of outstanding 20th century artist Marc Chagall were exhibited in Turkey for the very first time at the Pera Museum. The exhibition showcased a unique selection that revealed Chagall's multi-faceted personality and vivid world of imagination. It is now on our YouTube channel!
In this workshop with artist Işıl Eraslan, we aim to interpret the geometric forms we combine or the imaginary abstract designs we create with colors, volumes and threads.
Focusing on contemporary approaches to miniature painting, the exhibition brings together the works of 14 artists from different countries such as Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Azerbaijan.
Taking crystals and their vibrant matter as a point of departure, the exhibition Crystal Clear went beyond their emblematic use.
In this video, Hazel Özmen, Anatolian Weight and Measures Collection Manager, talks about the most important themes of the exhibition compiled from our collection, the Antiquity markets, and the officials responsible for these markets and the protective gods.
Jean-Léon Gérôme is among the most renowned artists of the second half of the 19th century. One of the most fervent advocates of academic painting, Gérôme declared a personal war against modern movements such as Impressionism.
Frida Kahlo was born on July 6, 1907 in Coyoacán, Mexico. Exactly 47 years from now, before she died in the same city and her beloved Mexico, many things would happen; she’d meet Diego Rivera, become a world-renowned artist, and allow many of her fans to dress like her on Halloween.
Exhibition catalogue traces the genealogy of the relations between video art and pop music from the 1960s to today in which video art and pop music crossed roads.
Discovered in Ethiopia as the “magic fruit,” and reaching the land of the Ottomans through Yemen in the 15th century, coffee soon assumed its place as a prestigious beverage in the palace and wealthy households.
Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 - 19:00
Sunday 12:00 - 18:00
The museum is closed on Mondays.
On Wednesdays, the students can
visit the museum free of admission.
Full ticket: 25 TL
Discounted: 10 TL
Groups: 20 TL (10 people or more)
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