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George Georgiou

George Georgiou

(British, born 1961) began working as a freelance photographer after receiving a BA in photography from the Polytechnic College of Central London. He has photographed extensively in Eastern Europe and Turkey, spending most of the past five years in Istanbul. His series Fault Lines, made on his travels through Turkey, examines the country’s present-day struggle to maintain its traditions and ...

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George Georgiou

George Georgiou

George Georgiou, 1961, Great-Britain, has an impressive body of work. In his latest book Fault Lines/Turkey/East/West he focused on the normal everyday life of Turkish people in a drastically changing country. Turkey is constantly modernizing and urbanizing due to mass migration from villages to cities. To persue his photography George has been to various countries as Serbia, Kosovo, Georgia and Ukraine. The ...

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