‘Into the Silence’, Cornucopia 

One man’s museum

“By any standard, Hüsamettin Koçan’s mountain-top Baksı Museum, in the northeastern Anatolian village where he was born, deserves a place among the world’s top ten remote museums. This immense gallery, dedicated to contemporary and ethnographic art, is a heady fusion of the urbane and the bucolic. Photographs by Kerem Ayhan Yanik.”

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enter site ‘A Thing of Beauty’, Beshara Magazine

“Michael Hornsby contemplates James Turrell’s installation at Dorotheenstädtischer Friedhof, Berlin.”

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go Cornucopia 48, 2012 Cornucopia 49, 2013 Turkey’s Hidden Tourist Gems

“Turkey has some fantastic sights away from the crowds, from spectacular mosques to the ancient city of Sagalassos.”

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10 of the Best Modern Art Galleries in Istanbul

“Istanbul’s art venues range from glamorous party spots to converted Ottoman power stations, and show everything from masters to multidisciplinary art. Michael Hornsby picks the best.”

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‘Wrestling with Life in the Mountains’, Cornucopia

“High in the apparently empty Kaçkars, the way of life is as old as the hills. Michael Hornsby joins in the fun at a village festival in remote summer pastures. Photographs by Giulio Rubino.”

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