May 30th marks the first anniversary of the Gezi Park protests, that enflamed Istanbul and the rest of Turkey last spring. This is for us the occasion to talk about a great iPhone photo-book that came out of it four months after the protest, put together by Frederic Lezmi. In an unstapled newspaper form, he brought his small polaroids together with old postcards that he enlarged up to a A1 size. He collected his iPhone snaps from the time of the lively events and printed them in conversation with old postcards from Taksim Square, thus infusing the project with an irrevocable historical anchor.
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