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Actress, entertainer, music artist, film & TV producer, fashion designer, entrepreneur and humanitarian Jennifer Lopez is coming to Turkey for 3 concerts in November with Bonus organisation.

Lopez will be in Istanbul as part of "Dance Again" tour, a celebrated history of 11 years of music has been documented by the release of "Dance Again... The Great Hits", an album collection of charted singles over the last decade.
The first Istanbul Design Biennial taking place at the Istanbul Modern as its main venue, as well as the Galata Greek Primary School. Imperfection is the theme of the first Istanbul Design Biennial. And there is nowhere better to explore it than in Istanbul, a city of infinite layers, charged with the vitality that comes from engaging with rapid urban, social and cultural change.

Istanbul Design Biennial will explore a wide range of fields, from urban design (environmental, urban and regional planning) to architecture, photography, industrial, graphic, fashion, textile and interaction design, and all related creative fields.
The world-renowned musician Sting is in Istanbul once again as part of his Back To Bass Tour.

Following the success of Sting's 2011-2012 world tour, the Back to Bass tour returns to Europe. On November 26, 2012, Sting will perform at the Atakoy Athletizm Arena in Istanbul, joined by a 5-piece band including Dominic Miller (guitar), Vinnie Colaiuta (drums), David Sancious (keyboards), Peter Tickell (electric fiddle), and Jo Lawry (vocals).
Sakip Sabanci Museum greets autumn with famous French painter Claude Monet. Held in collaboration with the Monet Museum, this exhibition features nature- and floral-themed paintings by the leading impressionist who said, "I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers."

His garden at Giverny, to which he was so passionately devoted as to spend the last 30 years of his life painstakingly looking after it, plays an important role in the exhibition. Paintings of his home in the garden, landscapes of the area, water lilies and the famous Japanese bridge are only a few of the works you'll see in this exhibition.

You'll also get a chance to view portraits of Monet and his wife Camille done by Auguste Renoir, as well as personal belongings and photographs.