Posts Tagged ‘photography’
Russian Dancer at Sultanahmet, 2015
About a month ago, Berlin based photographer Angela Fensch who is known for her portrait photography arrived in Istanbul with the Brandeburg BVBK Art Scholarship.
Angela started out as a photo model in the former GDR. But it didn’t take long, until she grabbed a camera herself.
Artist and photographer Nate Larson from Baltimore photographed the Baltimore protests this week at North Avenue & Pennsylvania Avenue with his students. He was struck by the line of police blockading the street and made a portrait of each of the 27 officers comprising the human wall. He wanted to document and bear witness to the tragic events of last night.
The award-winning young Palestinian photographer Niraz Saied reflects on life in the war-torn refugee camp in Syria of Yarmouk. 23-year-old Saied was born and raised in Yarmouk refugee camp on the southern outskirts of the Syrian capital, Damascus.
People who gathered at Mursitpınar entry point of Turkish Border break the fences crossing to Syrian side for the solidarity with Kurds fleeing from brutal attacks by the IS. IS attacks continue to capture the border town of Kobani, hundreds of Kurds have fled the town and surrounding villages since last Friday September 26th, crossing into Turkey.