The photograph was taken in Gundoğdu Square in Alsancak District. Gundoğdu Square is a central location and a large open area with lots of green space and pedestrian roads and it usually becomes the center of protests and riots in İzmir. In the photograph, the protesters are singing and chanting for the resignation of the Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan.
Turkey is witnessing the biggest anti-government protests in years. What started as a small sit-in to protect the bulldozing of trees in the last green space known as Gezi Park in central Istanbul has turned into tens of thousands of people protesting the authoritarian government and the imposing of conservative Islamic values on the officially secular country. Those...
Born in 1986, living in İzmir, Turkey.
The recipient of 1st Place Awards in two categories in 2011 Worldwide Photography Gala Awards in The UK and several honorable mentions in 2013 and 2011 International Photography Awards in The USA.
Fotoğraf / February 2009 (Turkish magazine)
Psikeart / June 2012 (Turkish magazine)
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