In this series, Yusuf Sevinçli develops a picaresque concept, an approach to photography borne out of instability and rootlessness. He walks, explores, observes and leaves again. Almost compulsively, he takes with him different slices of reality that are however somehow linked and become a unified series. They generate emotion unexpectedly, taking us far off the beaten track and showing us the photographer's true nature.
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