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    In the exhibition catalogue, besides displaying the works pertaining to various civilizations that has settled in and around Anatolia between 6500 B.C.- 1500 A.D. chronologically, they are also grouped thematically within their own historical processes with seals, medical tools, arms, figurines and idols, weight and measures, lighting tools. 79 Pages, Turkish/English, November 2009…

    Gülnur Sözmen Caner Şenyuva This catalogue offering parts from the Afghan people stuck between life and war, reflects two different perspectives to one country. The catalogue is also a document of the experiences of the artists in Afghanistan. 120 Pages, Turkish, May 2009 ISBN: 978-975-8919-45-1

    Editor: Zeynep Çulha 211 Pages, Turkish, May 2009 ISBN: 978-975-8919-46-8

    Masters of Turkish Art aiming to immortalize “Haliç” with their authentic interpretations present their artworks in order to remind the forgotten value of the region carrying the traces of three big civilizations. 209 Pages, Turkish/English, October 2008 ISBN: 978-975-8919-40-6

    Editor: Zeynep Çulha 200 Pages, Turkish, July 2008 ISBN: 978-975-8919-36-9

    Editors : Jamey Allen & Valerie Hector Catalogue of academic papers discussing the place of bead throughout the history of the civilization and the new techniques in the beadwork within the scope of the “International Bead and Beadwork Conference” that was held between November 22-25, 2007 at the Kadir Has University – Rezan…

    Catalogue of the exhibition containing articles on the beads and bead themed findings that have never been on public view before and prepared for the exhibition called “Bead, Faith, Power and Beauty” held at the Istanbul Archeology Museum under the sponsorship of the Kadir Has Foundation. 345 Pages, Turkish/English, November 2007 ISBN: 978-975-8919-31-4

    Gönül Paksoy Two volume catalogue “Gönül Paksoy: Bead From Collection to Creation” will guide you through the history of bead from prehistoric times to this day. It includes two parts: “the collection” which includes the works of the academicians; and “the creation” which displays the designs of Gönül Paksoy. 420 Sayfa, 2 Cilt…

    Gönül Paksoy Trajectories exhibition catalogue where glass beads of various artists chosen by the Society of Glass Beadmakers and brought by the Arizona Bead Museum that has celebrated its it 20th anniversary in 2006 within the scope of the “International Bead and Beadwork Conference” that was held between November 22-25, 2007 at the…

    The catalogue of the exhibition “Earth Fired in Anatolia” which features several unique terracotta artifacts, the silent and mysterious witnesses of the centuries-long adventure of the cradle of civilization, the Anatolia, belonging to a period of 8500 years between 7000 B.C. and 1500 A.D. 323 Pages, Turkish/English, May 2007 ISBN: 978-975-8919-22-2