IMOGA Istanbul Museum of Graphic Arts (Istanbul Grafik Sanatlar Müzesi)

Istanbul Museum of Graphic Arts

Anyone climbing the Çamlıca hill to enjoy one of the most breathtaking views of Istanbul should enrich his trip with a visit to the nearby IMOGA Museum.

Since 1974, the collection has expanded to include artistic works from the fields of original etching, lithography, serigraphy and linoleum prints. With over 1200 works by 80 Turkish and foreign artists, it is now one of the largest collections in the world.

There are various studios, exhibition rooms and a library spread over six floors. In addition, several seminars and events are held here. This museum shows how important Istanbul is as a center for the existence and development of art. Enjoy the artistic diversity and atmosphere here.


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