Foto Istanbul 2014 might not be the first Istanbul photo festival, but it’s one of the few that promises to last. The program combines local and international photographers,together they make a patchwork of cities: Caracas as seen by Christopher Anderson; New York by Ken Schles; London by George Georgiou; Homs by Yuri Kozyrev; Gaza by Monique Jaques; Istanbul by Guy Martin and Ozan Sagdic; even imaginary cities by Murat Germen. Dynamically curated by Jason Eskenazi for the international section, the festival is also hosting work by that master of city portraiture, William Klein, with selections of images of Rome, Tokyo, New York and Moscow.
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