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Istanbul Travelogue: Revisiting the City

Photo Exhibition at Juno 19/08/- 19/10/13.

 

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With my first exhibition entitled “Revisiting the City”, I aimed  to explore Istanbul, my home city through different lenses and from different angles. The photos and texts I compiled from my personal blog, Istanbul Travelogue, questioned not only the possibility of existing in spaces where we, Istanbullites, feel fragile but also the possibility of a deeper integration in the context of a transforming city. I believe the way to straighten out our relationship with the city is by revisiting the city with a fresh perspective; recognizing our unofficial history, thereby  the inheritance of our ghosts, while coming to terms with whatever we perceive as a threat to our way of being and meeting in our common denominator; humanity. 

 

The exhibition leaflet & poster, stickers, art menu and promotion cards were designed by Alp Gökalp. 

The photos displayed at the exhibition were printed at Diagonal.

Print: Epson 1180 inkjet print on Fineart Tecco paper 310 gr mounted on 3 mm black Forex board.

Limited edition of ten prints only. Print on demand is available.

 

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The concept we had in mind for the  exhibition brochure was a folded urban map, which would refer to traveling as well as  exploration of the urban space. The map used in the background was a map drawn by my mother, who used to work as a cartographer for the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality. Some  of the photos are from the blog, and are accompanied by the short passages.

 

Press Release here in English and Turkish

Exhibition leaflet to download: Front page & Back page

Exhibition poster to download here

Juno art menu here

Stickers come in two colors red and black

 

A selection of displayed photos from the exhibition here

 

 

 

1st photo credit: Ceren Salman

2nd photo credit: Sezin Önal