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26th-Oct-2010 01:52 pm(no subject)
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(фрагмент картины с змеями, целующими яблоко познания)

В России эта талантливая семья  практически не известна. Я познакомилась с младшими сыновьями Ильхама Аталай, тоже художниками, практически случайно. Шел жаркий стамбульский день, на крыше какого-то старого заброшенного чердака копошились котята, я их фотографировала (не могу пройти мимо кошки :)   )... Потом я увидела какую-то дверь, обклеенную красивыми разодранными постерами и ради интереса зашла... потом коридор, потом двор, где тоже копошились в винограднике котята и пили чай симпатичные молодые люди, с которыми я начала общаться. Они оказались художниками, сыновьями известного Ильхама Аталай. Оказалась, я зашла в галлерею с черного входа.

Сайт, где Вы можете познакомиться с чудесными картинами http://www.ilhamiatalay.moonfruit.com/
На Facebook их можно найти введя в строку поиска     İlhami Atalay Sanat Galerisi



А я собственно опубликую те фотографии картин, которых почему-то нет на их сайте и на фэйсбуке.
СМОТРЕТЬ ДАЛЬШЕ
snake-handling
x-posted in muslim_america and moroccoishome
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I dedicate this year to Francis of Assisi, the patron of my confirmation, and to fraternity with my Muslim brothers and sisters, whom Francis met in holy dialogue:

I made the remark above before reading Orhan Pamuk’s memoir, Istanbul, Memories and the City, but now I’ve changed my resolution and declare that I dedicate this year to solidarity with Francis and with Islam itself. To some who have read this excellent book, mine may seem a surprising reaction to this memoir by a fairly secular modern Turkish novelist, but Pamuk is a very great writer, which means he can be unflinchingly honest about himself, his society (rich, Westernized Turks) and what people of his background have DONE, in concert with Westerners (his “tourists”) to the great masses of the pious poor living in Central Europe and the Middle East.
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And, so, I dedicate this year to solidarity with my brother Francis, the only world-historically significant figure who has ever been able to reconcile devotion to Christ with solidarity with the Muslim peoples AND to solidarity with their religion and its Holy Prophet (PBUH).

I can only echo the sentiments of the great popular historian Thomas Cahill, writing about Francis’s great adventure in inter-faith dialogue. The Sufis quickly recognized him as their spiritual brother. As it did for him, let the piety of the REAL Muslims put our irreligious “westernized” ways of life to shame:
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“Those who are confident of their faith are not threatened but enlarged by the different faiths of others. ... There are, surely, many ways of arriving at this generosity of spirit and each faith may need to find its own.” We stand in desperate need of contemporary figures like Kamil and Francis of Assisi to create an innovative dialogue. To build a future better than our past, we need, as Rabbi Sacks has put it, “the confidence to recognize the irreducible, glorious dignity of difference.”

May the Lord give you peace.


http://www.nytimes.com/2006/12/25/opinion/25Cahill.html
22nd-Aug-2006 12:04 am - Young, Hip, and Muslim?
Salaam Aleykoom!

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Shukran!!
11th-Aug-2006 05:04 pm - МОЕ ТЕЛО - БОСФОР
Книга о русских девушках в Турции: продолжение следует!


5th-Apr-2006 12:00 pm(no subject)
Chomp!
I'm moving to Bodrum for 3 months this summer. Are any of you living in or near there?
8th-Oct-2005 05:05 pm - Useful site for our purposes
http://www.lesartsturcs.com/
24th-Sep-2005 01:11 pm - Across the Plains of Anatolia...
Take a look at: this

Charles Gleyre; Angelica



Theodore Chasseriau; Two Young Jewesses Rocking a Child



Jean-Leon Gerome; Whirling Dervishes {They're actually called Semazen;for their dance is called the Sema}



Jean-Leon Gerome; The Bashi-Bozouk Chieftain {BaşıBozuk is a curse word meaning a person or organisation which is not directed well or isn't organised. Here it is a chieftain of an Ottoman order}



Gerome again; here's a Bashibozuk seen singing&playing. I like this painting far better than the previous portrait.

All images from http://OrientalistArt.Net :) ♥

Pablo Picasso; Jacqueline in a Turkish Jacket



Chengi clip art from Shira.Net



Amadeo Preziosi; Adile Hanim {Lady Adile}
12th-Sep-2005 08:40 pm - cont. from page ii...
Nice use of dark symbolism once again.

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We loved seeing his work upclose at the Istanbul Museum of Modern Arts...

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Loving abstract imagery when it feels slightly relative to visual memories.

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Excellent for finishing the series.

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