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Time out alternatives for May 3-9

Time out alternatives for May 3-9

Is this our last chance? Independent art platform Salt’s new online film screening program takes a dab at the climate crisis and its impact on humans. A total of 10 films from South Africa, Norway, Canada, France, Bolivia and the Balkans will be screened as part of the 2021 selections. Programmed by Fatma Colakoglu, the...

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Time out alternatives for April 26-May 2

Time out alternatives for April 26-May 2

ZERO: Countdown to the Future Sakip Sabanci Museum (SSM) digital re-introduces the ZERO. Countdown to the Future exhibition, which was first held in 2016 with the sponsorship of Akbank. The exhibition brings together the works of Otto Piene, Heinz Mack and Gunther Uecker, the founders of the ZERO movement, as well as Yves Klein, Lucio...

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Time out alternatives for April 19-25

Time out alternatives for April 19-25

Never Alone Istanbul Modern Cinema’s new program introduces a selection of films by female from directors ar ound the world. Inspired by Turkish painter Selam Gurbuz’s female figures in her exhibition, This Place We Call World, the program will offer films that focus on the state of being a woman in the 21st century, feminine...

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Time out alternatives between April 12-18

Time out alternatives between April 12-18

Future Nostalgia Pera Museum is partnering with HYPERCORTEX and the British Council in a new virtual art project called Stage of Plastic Dreams. Organized as part of the ‘A Question of Taste’ exhibition, the event series will bring musicians and visual artists together in a virtual space open to participants. As part of the event,...

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Time out alternatives for April 5-11

Time out alternatives for April 5-11

Impossible Homecoming Pera Museum greets art lovers with a retrospective of Etel Adnan, a Lebanese-American artist, poet and activist. Raised in a multilingual, multifaith and multi-cultural family, Adnan’s work reflect her roots and traces of this multi-layered identity. As an artist, Adnan is known for not shying away from wars and the socio-political upheavals that...

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Time out alternatives for March 29-April 4

Time out alternatives for March 29-April 4

Unknown Parameter Extra-Record Independent art platform Arter opens its new season with a solo exhibition by Turkish artist Emre Huner. The exhibition consists of various works constructed around a fictional script. Huner’s approach liberates the script from its main purpose and deconstructs it in different forms, such as film, literature and architecture, to suggest a...

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Time out alternatives for March 22-28

Time out alternatives for March 22-28

16th Akbank Short Film Festival Akbank Sanat invites film lovers to enjoy a socially-distanced film screening at the 16th Akbank Short Film Festival. Aiming to encourage short film production and support new filmmakers, Akbank Sanat has developed into one of the leading arts and cultural events centers in Istanbul since 2004. In addition to national...

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Time out alternatives for March 15-22

Time out alternatives for March 15-22

Sadie Benning: Resilience Diaries Pera Film’s new film program presents a retrospective selection of films and short videos by Sadie Benning, a U.S.-based artist considered one of the leading figures of experimental cinema. Benning, whose interest in cinema began at the age of 15, presents a unique style where her work emerges from a place...

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Time out alternatives for March 8-14

Time out alternatives for March 8-14

Love Over Entropy Anna Laudel Istanbul welcomes spring with a new group exhibition that dives into the notion of mind in a time when beauty and consumer behaviors have become excessively standardized. Curated by Ayca Okay, the exhibition displays works by 19 artists, including Elcin Acun, Busra Cegil, Bahadir Colak, Zeren Goktan, Dincer Isgel, Hande...

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Time out alternatives for March 1-7

Time out alternatives for March 1-7

A Question of Taste: Avant-garde meets kitsch Dancing around the concept of kitsch, which was originally used to describe cheap and popular paintings in post-industrial Germany, Pera Museum’s new group exhibition brings together works of thirteen artists and collectives. The exhibition questions the norms of taste as a class indicator and explores the sense of...

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