Away From Home is a portrait - in a honest and warm-hearted manner - of the sometimes harsh reality of the Turkish Eastern immigration in the city of Istanbul.
Kursad Bayhan, in dense and grainy black & white images builds a sombre yet lively atmosphere. This self-published book is a really beautiful work, and very well printed too ! A great find !
With a text by Mary Ellen Mark.
We are offering here the Limited Edition of this book, presented in a wooden box, with the title and number engraved in the lid(we are offering numbers 2/50, 3/50 and 4/50. This edition includes a 30x20 cm print, and we have 3 different images (to be uploaded soon).
Please note that the print currently on display in the image (two girls in white dress on a mud road) is no longer available.
128 pages - Hardcover with partial dustjacket (or large band / OBI)
Self-published, 2013 (50 copies)
New - Mint condition
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.One copy only. ...and we are still offering the Limited Edition w/ Print (see "Suggestions" tab) Away From Home is a portrait - in a honest and warm-hearted manner - of the sometimes harsh reality of the Turkish Eastern immigration in the city of Istanbul.Kursad Bayhan, in dense and grainy black & white images builds a sombre yet lively atmosphere....
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