Connecting the Dots

Workshops

August 6 - September 22, 2013

As part of its youth exhibition series held traditionally since its foundation, Pera Museum hosted selected works from the workshops of the 6th International Student Triennial in collaboration with Marmara University Faculty of Fine Arts.

Held in June 2013 in Istanbul, the 6th International Student Triennial was organized to contribute to the communication between institutions of art and design education at graduate level. Exhibitions, symposia, workshops and short film screenings were held within the scope of the triennial that brought together art and design students from around the world as well as theoreticians and researchers from various disciplines.

The exhibition titled Connecting the Dots featured a selection of works from 13 out of 38 workshops.

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Exhibition Catalogue

Connecting the Dots‬

Connecting the Dots‬

Marmara University Faculty of Fine Arts International Student Triennial, that has brought together numerous art and design schools from around 60 different countries in Istanbul since its...

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Wondrous Cures in Constantinople

Wondrous Cures in Constantinople

The shrines that created the glory of Constantinople through their lavish beauty were also repositories of precious relics and thus sources of healing. 

Bosphorus at the Orientalist Paintings

Bosphorus at the Orientalist Paintings

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.

Giacometti: Early Works

Giacometti: Early Works

Organized in collaboration with the Giacometti Foundation, Paris, the exhibition explores Giacometti’s prolific life, most of which the artist led in his studio in Montparnasse, through the works of his early period as well his late work, including one unfinished piece. Devoted to Giacometti’s early works, the first part of the exhibition demonstrates the influence of Giovanni Giacometti, the father of the artist and a Swiss Post-Impressionist painter himself, on Giacometti’s output during these years and his role in his son’s development.