The film begins with Rouch and Morin discussing whether people can behave sincerely in front of the camera. Throughout the documentary, the directors examine social issues with actual participants, who are then shown the footage to comment on how realistic their self-portraits are.
In this exhibition curated by Ulya Soley and organized in memory of Suna Kıraç, who created the Kütahya Tiles and Ceramics Collection, a selection from the collection that inspired the contemporary works accompanies each corresponding section. As part of the exhibition, a restricted number of participants will be offered the opportunity to take a tour of the exhibition, led by curator Ulya Soley's informative commentary.
Giorgio de Chirico was born on July 10, 1888, in Volos, Greece, to an Italian family. His mother, Gemma Cervetto, was from a family of Genoa origin, but most likely she was born in Izmir. His father, Evaristo, was born on June 21, 1841 in the Büyükdere district of Istanbul.
Children who visit Souvenirs of the Future explore contemporary works inspired by the ceramic motifs in the Suna and İnan Kıraç Foundation Kütahya Tiles and Ceramics Collection. In the workshop, the children prepare the oven-ready ceramic dough, shape it as they desire, and then color it with acrylic paints.
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!
Following the significant impact of Roberto Rossellini's Rome Open City, Paisan explores different stories across the country during the latter stages of World War II amid Italy's liberation.
That Child with AID$ tells the story of Brazilian advocate and artist Lili Nascimento, who was born with HIV in 1990. Lili has worked to expand narratives about living with HIV beyond the limited images and ideologies that permeate the AIDS industry.
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.
The publication accompanying the exhibition includes a comrepehensive curatorial text by Ulya Soley in addition to a thought-provoking piece by Glenn Adamson titled “Ceramics in Tomorrowland” which explores the role ceramics play in revealing valuable but abstract information regarding their origins.
The accompanying catalog follows the exhibition’s suite in its historical outlook on the panoramic medium and Istanbul’s place within it. After the introduction by the curators that lays out their perspective on the history of panoramas, seven articles explores different facets of this history.
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.
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