Abstract Forms of the Bosphorus

Photographs taken by South Korean photographer Boomoon, invited to Istanbul by Borusan Contemporary, and inspired by the waters of the Bosphorus are on display at the exhibition titled Bosphorus by Boomoon. The huge, abstract photographs that cannot be immediately analyzed at first glance reflect the play of light, shade, and color on the surface of the water. 

Until August 25, Istanbul

Contemporary Turkish Art in Latvia

The Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre in Latvia is hosting the works of contemporary Turkish artists. The exhibition titled Cilicia Breeze includes paintings inspired by Anatolia, in particular multicultural, multireligious, and multilingual Cilicia.

Until September 8, Daugavpils  

Berber Motifs

The talent of Berber weavers is on display at the Yves Saint Laurent Museum in Marrakesh. Thirty examples of rugs woven by women of the Ait Khebbach tribe living in the Sahara are exhibited at the museum. These works reveal the skills of the weavers and carry an ancient tradition to the present.  

Until October 8, Marrakesh 

Picasso, A Photographer’s Gaze

The Picasso Museum in Barcelona, Spain is looking into the world of Pablo Picasso, one of the most important artists and monumental names of the 20th century, through photographs. Old photographs from the artist’s personal archive and engraved glass plates revealed for the first time are on display at the exhibition.

Until September 24, Barcelona

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