Istanbul Modern is holding an exhibition devoted to Sahin Kaygun. Kaygun played an important role in the development of Turkish photography in the 1980s. Refusing to take a political stance at a time of turmoil in the country, Kaygun focused solely on the artistic possibilities of the medium, and his approach quickly began to incorporate other disciplines.
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