• 1. Drop by Küçükçiftlik Park to see Mamut Art Project bringing 55 young artists together with collectors, galleries, foundations of culture and arts, and art-lovers.March 26-29mamutartproject.com

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    PARIS - Gathering 140 galleries from 20 different countries at the Grand Palais, this year Art Paris Art Fair’s guests of honor are Singapore and Southeast Asia.March 26-29artparis.fr


  • Welcome To Nollywood

    Welcome To Nollywood

    One of the most beautiful countries in West Africa, Nigeria is home to Nollywood, the second-biggest movie-industry center in the world, after Bollywood. The capital Abuja is among the centers of this industry. 


  • A Bridge Between Civilizations

    A Bridge Between Civilizations

    Designed by Fumihiko Maki, Pritzker Architecture Prize winner, and taking light as the source of inspiration, the Aga Khan Museum provides a different perspective on the Islamic arts, exhibiting thousands of ceramic, metal, ivory, stone, wooden and glass handicrafts and carpets.
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    Modern Art in Istanbul in 12 Hours

    MISIR APARTMANIMısır Apartmanı, itself a beautiful example of Art Nouveau architecture, is home to four important galleries: Galeri Zilberman, Galeri Nev, Nesrin Esirtgen Collection and Pi Artworks. İstiklal Caddesi No:163 Beyoğlu


  • Burhan Öçal's Zurich

    Burhan Öçal's Zurich

    Zurich is the place that shaped my musical career, where I became a worldwide musician. Art galleries and art spaces of different sizes allow you to live inside art. Kunsthaus is a world-famous art museum in Zurich that must be visited. If you would like to crown your visual feast with good food, I recommend the Kronenhalle Restaurant in...
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    Out of Time

    Do you have any favorite destinations for winter vacations? Zermatt, Safari in Kenya and St. Barths are places I really like to visit in winter. Is there a place or building that has recently inspired your designs with its architecture?I am especially impressed by Sagra de Familia in Barcelona and the Guggenheim Museum. What destinations you...
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    Songs of Sorrow

    Nothing describes a city better than the folkloric songs associated with it, and Lisbon is no exception. It’s impossible not to follow the impressions of fado or to feel its prominence with every step you take on the streets of Lisbon. As I walk out of the door on Rua de Sao Pedro in the lower part of the Alfama district, I feel energized and...


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    Gastronomic Capital of the World

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  • Quince: The Savior of Winter Days

    Quince: The Savior of Winter Days

    Fruits are the first food of the mankind. Moreover, it attracts you even before the first bite with its heart-stealer shiny colors, watery texture, and wonderful aroma. A reminder of nature with all shades of yellow, quince is among these fruits. Found in every corner of our country, quince is actually from Caucasus. Etymologically derived from...


  • On Planned Growth

    On Planned Growth

    LC Waikiki is among the prominent fashion retails in Turkey. Although it was born abroad, it became a strong Turkish brand in a short time. What lies at the heart of this success?As LC Waikiki, we came from a group which has a strong manufacture substructure and capability. Having set off with the philosophy “Everyone has the right to dress...
  • On The Edge of The Second Digital Revolution The Internet of Things

    On The Edge of The Second Digital Revolution The Internet of Things

    The first digital revolution was driven by greater interconnections between people through the Internet and the web. This revolution provided the backbone that made it possible to create a truly global community.
  • Curiosity Is As Important As Intelligence

    Curiosity Is As Important As Intelligence

    There seems to be wide support for the idea that we are living in an “age of complexity”, which implies that the world has never been more intricate. This idea is based on the rapid pace of technological changes, and the vast amount of information that we are generating (the two are related). Yet consider that philosophers like Leibniz (17th...