Akaretler continue to be the artspace for the İAR artists.
Updated: Mar 5
The significant gathering place in the heart of the city regardless of the event genre for the second year remains to be the artspace for the İAR
Famous for the Row Houses, originally built in 1875 by Armenian architect Sarkis Balyan for the accommodation of the Ottoman palace staff and renovated in 2005, Akaretler is a neighborhood in Istanbul that feeds from the upscale feel of the nearby Nişantaşı area. Full of quiet cafés on side streets, great restaurants and shops on the main avenues.
Akaretler will present the Istanbul Artıst Resıdency for three weeks until April 18