Award-Winning Artists in Shanghai 


The exhibition held at the Minsheng Art Museum brings together the works of modern artists that won or were nominated for the Marcel Duchamp Award. The event is organized this year for the fifth time. Under the curatorship of Annabelle Tereze and with the theme “Road,” the exhibition addresses the various styles and interpretations of art.

  Until October 20 Şangay



Impressionists and Photography 


The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid studies the relationship between the French Impressionist works that emerged in the second half of the 19th century and the art of photography that was born in the same period. The exhibition reveals how photographers such as Le Gray, Cuvelier, and Nadar and painters such as Manet and Degas influenced one another, and focuses on the reaction of critics and artists towards the new styles of art.


Until January 26, Madrid



Cinema Season in Istanbul 


The Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts announces the opening of the 18th Filmekimi cinema season. The program includes new productions premiered at reputed festivals and attracts the attention of both critics and public. Bong Joon-ho’s Golden Palm-awarded film Parasite, and Pedro Almodóvar and Antonio Banderas’ return with Pain and Glory stand out. 


October 4-13, Istanbul




Rembrandt’s Light


The works of Dutch artist Rembrandt, one of the most important names in art history, are on exhibition at the Dulwich Picture Gallery in London. The exhibition focuses on the paintings produced between 1639 and 1658, the most innovative period of the artist’s life, and displays his mastery of light and unparalleled ability to capture a lifelike atmosphere. Celebrating the 350 years since his death, Rembrandt’s power for storytelling remains equally powerful and relevant today.


Until February  2, London




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