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ART / EVENTS / istanbulogy / March 13, 2012

From Konstantiniyye to Istanbul

 

The photo exhibition at the Pera Museum, “From Konstantiniyye to Istanbul”  gave me moments of awe and inspiration to keep on working on the city. The selection of photos from various collections  reveals the beauty of the Anatolian  shore of the Bosphorus from the mid 19th century to the 20th century. The city through the lens of master photographers of the time, Abdullah Frerés, Sébah & Joaillier and many others. 

No worries if you missed the exhibition;  the exhibition catalogue  is available at the museum shop.

 

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