It’s difficult not to feel deeply moved by the passing of Göksin Sipahioglu, founder of SIPA Press and one of photojournalism’s great adventurers. Others called him “Sipa” but his photographers, even those who no longer worked for him, called him “Papa” and always spoke of him with admiration and tenderness.
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