The Sabancı University Sakıp Sabancı Museum is a private fine arts museum in İstanbul, Turkey, dedicated to calligraphic art, religious and state documents, as well as paintings of the Ottoman era. The museum was founded by Sakıp Sabancı, and was opened in June 2002. Aside from permanent exhibitions, the museum also hosts national and foreign temporary exhibitions and, hosts cultural events on the weekends. Recently the museum gained worldwide attention when it exhibited the works of Pablo Picasso and Auguste Rodin.
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