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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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...