Past Events
The Forgotten Kingdom Archaeology and Photography at Ancient Alalakh

The Forgotten Kingdom consists of photographs from the first excavation in the area by British archaeologist Sir Leonard Woolley in the 1930s alongside with photographs from the 2000s by Murat Akar; one of the curators of the exhibit. With its comparative visual content from An

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December 2014, Sunday
Location: ANAMED Gallery Time: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00-18:30, Sunday 12:00-18:30 Duration: 13.09.2014 - 07.12.2014
An Innocent City Modest Musings on Everyday Istanbul

An Innocent City focuses on the stories and illustrations of the everyday objects of Istanbul. The objects presented in the exhibition were inspired by objects on display in the cases of the Museum of Innocence in Çukurcuma.

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September 2014, Wednesday
Location: ANAMED Gallery Time: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00-18:30, Sunday 12:00-18:30 Duration: 18.07.2014 - 03.09.2014
Nazlı’s Guestbook, Osman Hamdi Bey’s Circle

Nazlı's Guestbook: Osman Hamdi Bey's Circle focuses on Osman Hamdi’s daughter Nazlı Hamdi’s guestbook, containing dedications from the young woman’s relatives and friends, but mostly from her father’s friends, colleagues, and acquaintances. The exhibition aims to shed light on

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July 2014, Thursday
Location: ANAMED Gallery Time: Tuesday-Saturday: 10:00-18:30, Sunday: 12:00-18:30 Duration: 30.04.2014 - 10.07.2014
Antioch on the Orontes, Early Explorationsin the City of Mosaics

Antioch on the Orontes tells the story of how archaeologists unearthed findings from the most brilliant period in the history of Antioch, one of the most important political and cultural centers of the Hellenistic Orient and one of the great metropolises of the Roman Empire.

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April 2014, Sunday
Location: ANAMED Gallery Time: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00-18:30, Sunday 12:00-18:30 Duration: 28.02.2014 - 20.04.2014
Robertson, Photographer and Engraver in the Ottoman Capital

Koç University’s Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations (RCAC) is hosting an exhibition commemorating the 200th anniversary of the birthday of James Robertson, a leading nineteenth-century photographer. The exhibition features Robertson’s original photographs and watercolo

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February 2014, Thursday
Location: ANAMED Gallery Time: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00-18:30, Sunday 12:00-18:30 Duration: 27.11.2013 - 20.02.2014
Stories from The Hidden Harbor: Shipwrecks of Yenikapı

‘Stories From the Hidden Harbor: Shipwrecks of Yenikapı’ is organized by the Istanbul Archaeological Museum in collaboration with Vehbi Koç Foundation and Koç University’s Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations within the scope of the Third International Sevgi Gönül Byzant

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January 2014, Saturday
Duration: 25.06.2013 - 25.01.2014
Artamonoff: Picturing Byzantine Istanbul, 1930-1947

“Artamonofff: Picturing Byzantine Istanbul, 1930-1947” features the photographs taken by Nicholas V. Artamonoff, an amateur photographer of Russian origin, during the time he lived in Istanbul between 1922-1947. Artamonoff's photographs constitutes a unique record of the city,

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10
November 2013, Sunday
Location: ANAMED Gallery Time: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00-18:30, Sunday 12:00-18:30 Duration: 26.06.2013 - 10.11.2013
(In) Site Sagalassos The Archaeology of Excavation Photography

The exhibition “(In) Site Sagalassos”, features excavation photos of Sagalassos, “The City of Emperors”, one of the most significant archaeological discoveries worldwide. The story of the unearthing of the city of Sagalassos in the Burdur province, with its long history of sett

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March 2013, Saturday
Location: ANAMED Gallery Time: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00-18:30, Sunday 12:00-18:30 Duration: 09.03.2013 - 10.06.2013
Waters for a Capital The Water Supply Systems of Byzantine Istanbul/Constantinople: New Approaches and Methodologies

“Water for a Capital” displays the greatest monuments to ancient water engineering, vast relics of a system of one of the longest and most extensive water channels ever constructed. The exhibition explains how archaeologists and scientists have been able to map and document the

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February 2013, Monday
Location: ANAMED Gallery Time: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00-18:30, Sunday 12:00-18:30 Duration: 09.11.2012 - 18.02 2013
What Josephine Saw 20th Century Photographic Visions of Rural Anatolia

The exhibition “What Josephine Saw” features the American traveller and photographer Josephine Powell’s insightful photographs of rural Anatolia from a recent but distant era.

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October 2012, Sunday
Location: ANAMED Gallery Time: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00-18:30, Sunday 12:00-18:30 Duration: 11.06.2012 - 21.10.2012