The permanent exhibition at the Museum for Turkish and Islamic Art

Category: Exhibitions

The permanent exhibition at the Museum for Turkish and Islamic Art (TIEM) is highly interesting and includes Anatolian rugs from the 13th century to the 19th century. Seljuk, Ushak, Konya, Bergama, Karapinar, Canakkale and Ladik rugs are all represented.

Examples of Anatolian rugs on display at TIEM:

Some members of the traveling group ‘Carpet Study Tour to Western and Central Anatolia’ organized by Stefano Ionescu visited the Museum for Turkish and Islamic Art (TIEM) 7 June while others attended the ICOC lectures.

Besides the permanent exhibition the Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum holds a highly interesting special exhibition ‘ASKLA – Turkish Carpets – The Art Knotted with Love’ which will run through 23 August 2024.

Location: Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum (TIEM) in Istanbul



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