ABOUT

 

Sıtkı Kösemen (1955) is a Turkish photographer and architect. He lives and works in Istanbul. He studied architecture at the Middle East Technical University. Sitki Kosemen exhibits his photography and video works internationally since 1977 in galleries and institutions. His interest focuses on the human condition and individual identity construction within a specific space context; only to mention the series Sultan's Hammam (1995), Architect Sinan's Hammam (2011), Invisible (2014), specifically centered on the woman figure in the Turkish society, or Memory and Scenery (2012-2017). His work was exhibited in Turkey and Istanbul in places such as Sanatorium Gallery, Kuad Gallery, Galerist, Istanbul Modern, Siyah Beyaz Gallery, Istanbul Art8 Contemporary Art Center and the French Cultural Institute. His photographs have also been exhibited in international institutions throughout Europe, including Rivington Place Autograph APB and Saatchi Gallery in London, Louisiana Museum in Copenhagen, Leica Gallery in Solms, Germany or Foto Europa in Regio Emilia, Italy.