“Souvenirs of the Future” Exhibition Tour

Pera Adult

  • November 30, 2023 / 19:30
  • January 25, 2024 / 19:30
  • March 21, 2024 / 19:30

Participants who take a three-dimensional online guided tour of Souvenirs of the Future gain insights into displayed artworks. Exploring the show that focuses on memories evoked by objects and opens a space for reflection on the connections between memory and future imaginings through contemporary works, the participants have the opportunity to view the Suna and İnan Kıraç Foundation Kütahya Tiles and Ceramics Collection from a different perspective.

Related Exhibition: Souvenirs of the Future
Duration: 40 minutes
Capacity: 50 people 

Participation is free; reservation is required.
The event will take place via the Zoom Meeting application.

For more information: ogrenme@peramuzesi.org.tr

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