The book is entitled Women of Istanbul. It is signed by the photographer Luc Choquer. The critic and curator Alain Mingam presents it as follows: Luc Choquer is to photography what freedom is to human rights in general, but especially for the rights of women in Istanbul. Istanbulite women without borders are revealed to us, veiled or not in the diversity of their conditions on the edges of the Bosphorus. At the heart of Istanbul – a traditional hyphen more necessary than ever between East and West, but today subject to contrary political winds. They are there: all these women...
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