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Leaden Circles Dissolved in the Air | Exhibitions | Showcase

Virginia Woolf's work is still putting women in the spotlight nearly than 100 years after it was written. A collection of pieces produced by different artists all tied together by a phrase from her novel, Mrs Dalloway is on show at Elgiz Museum in Istanbul. The works touch on themes ranging from political conflict to the silent roles women play in everyday life. Kerry Alexandra explores how nearly a century on, Woolf's work is still inspiring Istanbul's art scene.

Kutahya ceramics in Istanbul | Exhibitions | Showcase

Kutahya ceramics in Istanbul | Exhibitions | Showcase

Picasso Ceramics in Copenhagen | Exhibitions | Showcase

Picasso Ceramics in Copenhagen | Exhibitions | Showcase

Abbas Yousif: This is Your Name | Exhibitions | Showcase

Abbas Yousif: This is Your Name | Exhibitions | Showcase

Votes for Women in London | Exhibitions | Showcase

Votes for Women in London | Exhibitions | Showcase

PM Sunak fires Nadhim Zahawi over breach of ministerial codes

PM Sunak fires Nadhim Zahawi over breach of ministerial codes

Israel's security cabinet met in wake of escalating violence

Israel's security cabinet met in wake of escalating violence

Africa Matters: Ugandan engineer sets shining example

Africa Matters: Ugandan engineer sets shining example

Africa Matters: Coins out of reach for everyday Zimbabweans

Africa Matters: Coins out of reach for everyday Zimbabweans

At least 5 people killed in shooting in Occupied East Jerusalem

At least 5 people killed in shooting in Occupied East Jerusalem

Gunman opens fire at Azerbaijani embassy in Tehran

Gunman opens fire at Azerbaijani embassy in Tehran

Sweden's Muslim community sends message of peace to politicians

Sweden's Muslim community sends message of peace to politicians

Africa Matters: South Africa Energy Crisis

Africa Matters: South Africa Energy Crisis

UN: Climate-related disasters caused 24M internal displacement

UN: Climate-related disasters caused 24M internal displacement

Police block roads and force their way into main airport

Police block roads and force their way into main airport

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida vows to raise birth rate

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida vows to raise birth rate

Alphabet to lay off 12,000 workers as AI focus intensifies

Alphabet to lay off 12,000 workers as AI focus intensifies

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