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Pavlos Nikolakopoulos: Oblique
Operation Room
Feb.23-April 28, 2015
International Nurse Day Symposium
Koç University School of Nursing
May 14-15, 2018
Symposium on the Epigraphies of Anatolia
April 24-27, 2018
Can Aytekin: EMPTY HOUSE
March 16-July 15, 2018
Ali Mahmut Demirel: ISLE
March 16-July 15, 2018
Sadberk Hanım Museum
March 8-Nov.25, 2018
Osmanlı Dönemi’nde Girit: Siyaset ve İsyan
Doğuş University
Mar.31, 2018

Sadberk Hanım Museum

Anatolian and Turkish-Islamic art works from 6,000 BC to today...

Sadberk Hanım Museum was founded with the purpose of exhibiting the private collection of Sadberk Koç, the wife of Vehbi Koç, and opened on 14 October 1980 at the Azaryan Mansion in Sarıyer-Büyükdere. The building next to the mansion was acquired in 1983, and later restored and annexed to the Museum as the “Sevgi Gönül Wing”. Today the Museum’s inventory includes over 19,000 pieces. Archaeological relics belonging to Anatolian civilizations from the 6th millennium BC to the end of the Byzantine period are housed in the Sevgi Gönül Wing while Islamic artifacts with an emphasis on the Ottoman period, European, Far Eastern and Near Eastern artifacts made for the Ottomans, woven textiles from the Ottoman era, garments and embroideries are exhibited in the Azaryan Building. The vast collections of the Museum are introduced to the public with periodic exhibitions and exhibition catalogs. Educational activities aimed at children are also an important part of the Sadberk Hanım Museum’s endeavors.