The emotional aspect of these pictures in “Good Dog” are physically unstable. Yusuf Sevinçli doesn’t linger. He walks, explores, observes, moves on. He is constantly capturing different morsels of life that together create unity. It is a sort of homeless, wandering photography that rejects the stability and serenity of home, visually, making it alive. The subjects become pieces assembled revealing the matter that is the representation of reality through the artists’ eye. Emotion is provoked unexpectedly far from the beaten track, revealing its true nature.
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