"Timur Kerim Incedayi, retrace the history of Rome and Istanbul" at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Rome.
Since the 1960s and still today, Turkish artist Timur Kerim Incedayi
builds a bridge between East and West, between Rome and Istanbul. Here are two cities whose history and culture have been compared and mixed over the centuries. Having trained at the Beaux-Arts academy in Rome, Timur Kerim Incedayi has collaborated with numerous Italian painters and participated in the creation of the Metroposlimo movement with Nico Paladini, Sciacca and Antonio Carlos Grippo. These pieces on display are dedicated to the relationship between the two capitals, whilst underlining a theme that is close to the artist’s heart: the deep and magical resonance of an artistic and cultural past that unites these two major influential metropolises. Until 1st March