‘Carnival of Venice’ at the Museum of Turkish Jews

Izzet Keribar’s “The Carnival of Venice” photography exhibition in the Quincentenial Foundation Museum of Turkish Jews is on display until August 14th.
‘Carnival of Venice’ at the Museum of Turkish Jews

The talented photography artist Izzet Keribar’s “The Carnival of Venice” exhibition was opened in the Quicentenial Foundation Museum of Turkish Jews, on July 25th 

Keribar, this time, photographed the Venice Carnival which is celebrated annually. This festival is worldwide famous for its elaborate and artistic masks. Masks have always been an important feature of the Venetian carnival. Venetian masks are made from leather, porcelain or using Venice’s original glass technique. 

Art lovers may visit the exhibition until 14th of August, during the days and hours the museum is open.

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