A Road Story
Engin Özendes & Ali Borovalı & Cem Turgay

Talk

January 21, 2020 / 18.30

At the 180th anniversary of invention of photography and the first photography trip that took place in 1839, A Road Story: 180 Years of Photography exhibition brings together interpretations and perspectives of photographers who explore the same route with today’s techniques.

For the first talk of the exhibition, curator Engin Özendes will be in conversation with Ali Borovalı and Cem Turgay. As part of the exhibition Ali Borovalı photographed Paros, Naxos and Santorini with a realist but simplistic approach, meanwhile Cem Turgay photograhed İzmir with a critical yet experimental style.

Free admissions, drop in. This event will take place in the exhibition gallery. The talk will be in Turkish.

Temporary Exhibition

A Road Story

At the 180th anniversary of invention of photography and the first photography trip that took place in 1839, A Road Story: 180 Years of Photography exhibition brought together interpretations and perspectives of photographers who explored the same route with today’s techniques.

A Road Story

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