Archival Memories: Marcell Restle’s Research in Anatolia and Beyond

“Archival Memories: Marcell Restle's Research in Anatolia and Beyond” exhibition gives a deep insight into the research of a passionate art historian, Marcell Restle (1932–2016), who dedicated his life in great intensity to the study of Asia Minor in Late Antique and Byzantine

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April 2020, Sunday
Location: ANAMED Gallery Time: Tuesday - Saturday 10:00-18:30, Sunday 12:00-18:30 Duration: 25.06.2019-01.12.2019
Picturing a Lost Empire: An Italian Lens on Byzantine Art in Anatolia, 1960-2000

‘Picturing a Lost Empire: An Italian Lens on Byzantine Art in Anatolia, 1960–2000’ exhibition focuses on the research on Byzantine art carried out by Italian scholars in the second half of the twentieth century and examines its mutual relationship with the history of Byzantine

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April 2020, Sunday
Location: ANAMED Arched Gallery, Floor -1 Time: Tuesday - Saturday 10:00-18:30, Sunday 12:00-18:30
Past Events
Ottoman Arcadia: The Hamidian Expedition to the Land of Tribal Roots (1886)

"Ottoman Arcadia: The Hamidian Expedition to the land of Tribal Roots, 1886" showcases, for the first time, a three-volume set of photographic albums that were prepared following a decree by Abdülhamid II and were eventually gifted to Otto von Bismarck, the chancellor of German

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May 2018, Thursday
Time: 10 May 2018, 10:00 - 05 May 2019, 18:30
The Curious Case of Çatalhöyük

The exhibition “The Curious Case of Çatalhöyük” is developed to celebrate the 25th excavation season of the Çatalhöyük Research Project. Known for its fascinating cutting-edge archaeological research methods, and laboratory collaborations, Çatalhöyük is presented through experi

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June 2017, Wednesday
Time: 21 Jun 2017, 10:00 - 18 Feb 2018, 19:00
The Characters of Yusuf Franko: An Ottoman Bureaucrat’s Caricatures

The caricature album of Yusuf Franko Kusa Bey, the late 19th century Ottoman bureaucrat, Minister of Foreign Affairs, governor general, man of society who was also a playful caricaturist, is exhibited for the first time.

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January 2017, Thursday
Time: 26 Jan 2017, 10:00 - 01 Jun 2017, 18:30
ON THE FRINGE The Istanbul Land Walls

The Istanbul Land Walls, also called the Theodosian Walls, were built in the beginning of the 5th century CE. Despite their original construction as structures of defense, the land walls and the areas surrounding them encapsulate a multi-layered cultural landscape that bear the

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October 2016, Wednesday
Time: 19 Oct 2016, 10:00 - 08 Jan 2017, 18:30
BYZANTIUM’S OTHER EMPIRE: TREBIZOND

Byzantium's Other Empire: Trebizond introduces the extraordinary monuments of the now largely forgotten empire of Trebizond, whose capital was in the city of Trabzon on the Black Sea coast. It particularly focuses on the 13th century church of Hagia Sophia in Trabzon, Turkey, t

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June 2016, Friday
Time: Tuesday-Saturday: 10:00-18:30 / Sunday: 12:00-18:30
Scent and the City

The “Scent and the City" exhibition invites visitors to use their noses to discover the worlds of the civilizations that once lived in Anatolia. More than 50 scents will be exhibited until June 8 at the ANAMED Gallery, including historically significant scents such as saffron,

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April 2016, Thursday
Time: Tuesday - Saturday 10:00-18:30, Sunday 12:00-18:30
Everday Sounds‬: Exploring Sound Through Daily Life

'Everyday Sounds' presents its visitors a chance to engage with various sounds of urban life as well as sounds that escape one’s attention in daily life.

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January 2016, Friday
Time: Tuesday - Saturday 10:00-18:30, Sunday 12:00-18:30
John Garstang’s Footsteps Across Anatolia

“John Garstang’s Footsteps Across Anatolia” aims to highlight the international contributions of John Garstang towards the study of archaeology in Turkey and the Near East. He was one of the first advocates of using photography as a means of recording archaeological excavations

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September 2015, Thursday
Time: Tuesday - Saturday: 10:00-18:30 / Sunday: 12:00-18:30
Camera Ottomana Photography and Modernity in the Ottoman Empire, 1840-1914

The exhibition explores some of the most striking aspects of the close connection between photography and modernity in the specificity of the Ottoman Empire. Curated by Zeynep Çelik, Edhem Eldem and Bahattin Öztuncay, the exhibition mainly consists of albums and archival materi

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April 2015, Tuesday
Time: Tuesday-Saturday: 10:00-18:30 / Sunday: 12:00-18:30
Propaganda and War: The Allied Front during the First World War

Marking the 100th anniversary of the Great War, “Propaganda and War” displays selected historical objects and archival documents of Ottoman artifacts and memorabilia from World War I from Ömer M. Koç Collection.

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December 2014, Wednesday
Time: Tuesday - Saturday 10:00-18:30 / Sunday 12:00-18:30