- What’s On
The late Brian McKee’s photographic essay on the İshak Pasha Palace on Turkey’s eastern border. Sicily’s dazzling Byzantine mosaics. King Ashurbanipal at the British Museum and everyday life on the edge of the Assyrian Empire. The considered art of Navine G Khan-Dossos. Paolo Girardelli explores Istanbul’s Imperial School of Medicine. Norman Stone chronicles the colourful but shadowy life of Ármin Vámbéry, spy and polyglot Orientalist. Evergreen Pandeli rises again. The potency of chard and beetroot…
Norman Stone chronicles the colourful but shadowy life of a polyglot Orientalist
The late Brian McKee’s photographic essay on the İshak Pasha Palace on Turkey’s eastern border · 68
Assyrian treasures at the British Museum
Everyday life on the edge of the Assyrian Empire
Two shows in Istanbul featuring the English-born Navine G Khan-Dossos, a visual artist steeped in the Islamic tradition, afford a rare chance to see an expanded vision of her measured philosophy.
Dazzling Byzantine mosaics in Palermo, by Robert Ousterhout
Berrin Torolsan on the potency of chard and beetroot
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