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Cornucopia Summer Update 2013

For those travelling to and within Turkey this summer, and we highly recommend that you do, please have a look at the Cornucopia Hotel Collection where you can book rooms online at best rates at hotels we recommend.
http://www.cornucopia.net/guide/hotel-collection

Recently added hotels are the YundAntik Cunda Konaklari on the delightful island of Cunda near Ayvalık, and Misafir Suites 8 Istanbul, in the heart of Beyoğlu.

A little further afield in the Black Sea region is the Reşitler Bağ Evi, a restored Ottoman mansion in the vineyards of Safranbolu, and the historic Uğurlu Mansions in Kastamonu.

Please browse the Collection for the full list. The hotels are selected by invitation only and we welcome travellers feedback and recommendations.

http://www.cornucopiahotels.com
Feedback and enquiries: reservations@cornucopiahotels.com

Follow the Cornucopia Blog for links to articles, images and videos reflecting current creative and artistic events in Turkey.
http://www.cornucopia.net/blog
And the Arts Diary listing for our choice of the best cultural events in Istanbul and beyond.
http://www.cornucopia.net/events

Fotograf Ara Güler auf zeit-online.de – Das Auge Istanbuls

Er habe nicht das alte Istanbul, sondern das verlorene fotografiert, sagt Ara Güler über seine Bilder. Denn das Werk des 1928 geborenen Fotografen dokumentiert, wie sich die türkische Metropole in den vergangenen Jahrzehnten gewandelt hat.

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CORNUCOPIA ARTS UPDATE September/October 2013

ISTANBUL
13th Istanbul Biennial
Life overtook art when the Biennial’s proposed theme of public space as a site for political debate became world news
with the advent of the Gezi Park protests.
The Biennial opened to the public on 14 September and runs until 20 October
http://www.cornucopia.net/blog/13th-istanbul-biennial-highlights

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CORNUCOPIA ARTS UPDATE September 2013

London’s Islamic Sales begin the week of October 7
with auctions at Christies, King Street, St. James’
http://www.cornucopia.net/events/christies-islamic-sale-week
Bonhams, New Bond Street
http://www.cornucopia.net/events/bonhams-islamic-and-indian-art
and Sotheby’s, New Bond Street
http://www.cornucopia.net/events/sothebys-arts-of-the-islamic-world2

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Cornucopia Botanic Arts Update

Yedikule Garden Invitation

Yedikule Garden Invitation

Yedikule Gardens Archaeobotany Workshop with Chantel White, PhD
School of Historical Yedikule Gardens
August 14, 2013
16.00–19.00

For all of you interested in both the history of Istanbul and gardening, who happen to be in Istanbul, we have just been alerted to this fascinating workshop in the 1600-year-old Yedikule gardens.

The archaeobotanist Dr Chantel White, a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, USA, is conducting a special three-hour workshop on how to identify ancient plants, what modern gardens can tell us about the past, and how archaeobotanical studies can be applied to the Yedikule gardens in particular. The workshop will be in English with Turkish translation.

We hope you are able to attend this wonderful and very worthwhile event.
http://www.cornucopia.net/events/archaeobotany-workshop-with-chantel-white-phd

Dr White is preparing an assessment of the area for Yedikule Bostanları, a group of environmentalists, archaeologists, architects, politicians and lawyers, who passionately believe that the lovingly maintained gardens surrounding the land walls of the Old City at Yedikule should be preserved just as they are. Establishing a historical Yedikule garden school is just one of the group’s many inspired initiatives.

Follow Cornucopia’s blog on this issue:

http://www.cornucopia.net/blog/heartbreak-bostan
http://www.cornucopia.net/blog/writing-on-the-walls
http://www.cornucopia.net/blog/not-so-sacred-gardens
http://www.cornucopia.net/magazine/articles/istanbul-in-peril

Update on the coming issue:
The new Istanbul issue of Cornucopia, out in October, will include articles on Istanbul gardens and flora by David Wheeler, editor of Hortus Magazine (http://www.hortus.co.uk), and the botanist Andrew Byfield (http://www.theguardian.com/profile/andy-byfield).

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