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Australian-Turkish dialogue, through photography

Australian-Turkish dialogue, through photography

Turkish photographer Elif Suyabatmaz is flying in from Istanbul to attend the opening of the exhibition on the 10th of April and will be participating in an artists’ talk at the Australian Centre for Photography on the 19th of April.

The exhibition titled Mirrored is a photographic dialogue between Sydney-based photographer Markus Andersen and Istanbul-based photographer Elif Suyabatmaz.

The exhibition represents a visual dialogue between Turkey and Australia in the Anzac.

Sharing the same passion for instinctive street photography, they respond to each other’s images with their very own imagery, full of contrasts, humour and emotions. Together, they draw the portrait of their respective city and culture.

Details of the event:

“Mirrored”

Markus Andersen & Elif Suyabatmaz
Australian Centre For Photography

Exhibition Dates: 11 April – 7 June 2015
Gallery Address: 257 Oxford Street Paddington NSW 2021
Opening Times: Tuesday to Saturday 10am – 5pm, Sunday 12 – 5pm
Closed Public Holidays
Admission: Free

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