The Istanbul Research Institute’s new exhibition ‘Memories of Humankind: Stories from the Ottoman Manuscripts,’ brings up the Ottoman manuscript culture which gradually lost its importance as the printing press became widespread in the 19th century.
A museum in Japan’s Hokkaido is holding a rare exhibition on the culture of the Sami, an indigenous people of northern Europe and Russia, displaying some 140 items including their craftworks through October 14.
An exhibition of West Azarbaijan economic capabilities will be held in Japan to introduce the province's economic capacities and attract new markets and improve non-oil exports in Iran's embassy in the country.
Open to the public since July 6, the exhibition, ‘Dali, A History of Painting,’ at the Monaco Grimaldi Forum, has been a wild success. The exhibition is part of the 30th anniversary of the artist’s death and embodies the ongoing love affair that art lovers have with the multifaceted artist that was Salvador Dali.