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Current Exhibition
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Annette Louise Solakoglu

The Ancient Grounds of Ani

“The ruined city near the Armenian border is one of the few places in Turkey where the site is completely untouched, giving the visitor an experience an 18th-century traveller might have known. Fortifiied with walls and a citadel with a palace of the Bagratid kings, it was known as the “city of a thousand and one churches” when it was at its height under the Armenian king Gagik

I (990–1020). An earthquake brought it low in 1319.
In July 2016, Ani was added to the Unesco World Heritage List, as a “medieval city [which] combines residential, religious, and military structures, characteristic of a medieval urbanism built up over the centuries by Christian and then Muslim dynasties.”

“Now the monuments of Ani are again receiving the attention of archaeologists, architectural historians and conservator.”

Cornucopia Magazine

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Exhibition Calendar

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Şule Gazioğlu Art & Design interacts art lovers through new projects and exhibitions.

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Established in Emirgan in 2020 under the name of “Sule Gazioglu Interiors” by Sule Gazioglu (Design and Decorative Arts at “Sotheby’s Institute of Arts”, New York) and Kerem Bilgin (International Relations at Koc University, Istanbul). Being the young generation representatives of an expert family on arts and antiques dealership, Gazioglu and Bilgin aim to design eclectic and warm spaces inspired by the past.

The duo also serves as an art gallery with their second store located in Emirgan under the name of “Sule Gazioglu Art & Design”

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