Archive for September, 2013

KOFOLAaaaaasaA!!!!! – Praha

Finally I back Czech! KOFOLAaaaaasaA!!!!!

Stay few days at countryside then back Praha, then maybe Ukraine again:)have to check schedule later.

Maybe I lost my bracelet from daughter today…

Things happens always right time.

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by Takeshi Ito

Hidropark in Kiev

I didn’t get why German burn out this village… Now Luna park.

I just remember Lidice.

I put my leg into the donipro river…think about 27years ago

by Takeshi Ito in Kiev

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Galata Greek Primary School

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  • The school was built in 1853 in Neoclassic style
  • After the Design Biennial 2012 the 13th Istanbul Art Biennial used the school as a venue
  • The building was confiscated by the State Treasory 1989 from a greek-turkish foundation
  • After 23 years the building was given back to the greek turkish foundation in March 2012
  • The building itself is a treasure box with magnificant views to all sides
  • The heads of the Foundation want to turn it into a museum
  • View from the school: Getronagan Armenian Church in Karaköy

The school is used as a Biennial venue for the second time. The exodus of the Greek population of Turkey started after the foundation of the republic. A pogrom against the greek population in 1955 made lots of Istanbulian greeks leave. The schools were left behind orphaned.

We Are Not The Dead

Photographer Lalage Snow, who is currently based in Kabul/ Afghanistan, embarked on an 8-month-long project titled “We Are The Not Dead” featuring portraits of British soldiers before, during, and after their deployment in Afghanistan. Snow captures the innocent expressions of these men transformed into gaunt, sullen faces in less than a year.