Thursday, October 09, 2014

i`m on google + as well :)

in case you wanna follow me there too :)

Tuesday, August 26, 2014


  • Do you always throw your test stripes?
    I used to ,  in the beginning , until i started to fall for how surprisingly marvelous they`d look because of different affecting factors.
    So i decided to collect my test stripes from some of my silver gelatin and liquid emulsion prints. The pictures you are seeing are a product of under(over)developing,under(over)exposing,maltreating,light and erosion caused by time passing.
    The wonderful thing is that they`ll continue to change after the time they were taken:)
    I decided to name this project : ALCHEMY OF DESERTION.
    Prononciation of alchemy of desertion would normally awaken gloomy feelings...
    But I think it`s amazing to see how things continuously morph into something new.
    It`s like a synonym of  infinity  and everything/everyone ,  can/should discover this on their selves ...

check out   whole project here

Thursday, August 14, 2014

work published on

check out my work published on , a Danish blog about trends in art, culture, interior design and many other areas of creativity :)  enjoy :

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Interview for Baron Magazine:)

check out the interview i gave to Baron Magazine 
@baronmag   is the English version of the Montreal based print and web media about design, culture and business.

Monday, June 30, 2014

A couple kissing

Baiser Passage, Versailles, 1950.
Photo by Robert Doisneau.

Love can only be this way,or forget about it.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Ejani magazine publication

my work and an interview of mine is published on Ejani magazine.Ejani magazine belongs to CRI (China Radio International) and is published twice a year.I`m part of June issue.more here:

Wednesday, June 04, 2014

Dance fever - volume II

work by : Eni Turkeshi Imagery [facebook ]

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Monday, May 19, 2014

Pictures from Photo Biennale Thessaloniki, Greece .

Below you may see some pictures from my participation at Photo Biennale in Thessaloniki Greece.

Exhibition place : Ancient Agora of Thessaloniki, Greece.
Pictures taken by my friend Alexia:)check out her beautiful work from here :

more pics here:

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Work publication at E-flux

My project `the story of an aspirant ` is published at E-flux`s  `Agency of Unrealized projects`.View more of this project via this link :  
and my project here :

also their facebook pages :   &

Friday, May 09, 2014

Participant at Photo Biennale , Thessaloniki Greece

I`m happy and proud to take part at Photo Biennale, Thessaloniki, Greece.
This year`s Biennale theme is `LOGOS`. I am participating with 10 photos .You might see below for the participating photos and project statement.
Please check this links for more information : &

Saturday, May 03, 2014

Paris mon amour

Check out `Paris mon amour` ..with photos taken from my 2012 Paris trip..I miss the city so much.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Jon Hassell - Vernal Equinox

Recorded in 1976 at the York University Electronic Media Studios in Toronto, Ontario, Vernal Equinox is Jon Hassell's first recording as a solo artist and sets the stage for his then-emerging career as a trumpeter, composer and musical visionary. "Toucan Ocean" opens the album with two gently swaying chords and delicate layers of percussion that provide a cushion upon which Hassell unfurls long, winding melodic shapes. His trumpet is sent through echo and an envelope filter, producing a stereo auto-wah-wah effect. "Viva Shona" features accompaniment by mbira, subtle polyrhythmic layers of percussion, and the distant calling of birds. Again filtered through echo, Hassell's gliding trumpet lines sound remarkably vocal. "Hex" features a bubbling, filtered electric bass part with a denser web of percussion. From his horn, Hassell elicits moans and sighs that are at first unaffected and later filtered. "Blues Nile" is a long, blue moan. Hassell's breathy, multi-tracked trumpet lines call and respond to one another, weaving a web of deep calm over an ever-present drone. This track clearly points the way to his later work with Brian Eno, in particular, their "Charm Over Burundi Sky." On the title track, Hassell's "kirana" trumpet style is in full bloom as he dialogs with the percussion. Hassell's most elegant melodicism blossoms forth here, and his unaffected horn often sounds disarmingly flute-like. The influences of his study of raga with Pandit Pran Nath are clearly discernible in the curvaceous melodic lines and overall sense of meditative calm within harmonic stasis. Throughout the album, percussionists Naná Vasconcelos and David Rosenboom add subtle, supple grooves and colors. "Caracas Night September 11, 1975" is a beautiful field recording featuring Hassell's plaintive trumpet commentary, subtle percussion interjections, and the sound of caracas humming and buzzing in the background. The first several tracks of Vernal Equinox bear the imprint of '70s-period Miles Davis, in particular the quiet ambience of "He Loved Him Madly" and parallel passages from Agharta. The envelope filter on Hassell's horn similarly draws a reference to Davis' use of the wah-wah pedal from that time. Nonetheless, in 1976, Vernal Equinox was remarkably unique and ahead of its time, and sowed the seeds of Hassell's influential Fourth World aesthetic, which he would continue to develop and refine. Decades after its release, Vernal Equinox still provides an enchanting and entirely contemporary listening experience.

Friday, March 21, 2014

twitter is blocked in Turkey!

please support Turkish people rights in these sad days :( this comes from me

Monday, March 17, 2014


Lately my works were publicated on Sarmad Magazine and Slow Art Day Blog.

Lee- school friends portraits
This one was published on Sarmad Magazine today.


Sarmad is an online photography magazine.
In short, Sarmad is all for the young, talented and not-so-recognized photographers.

Sarmad is completely independent and is the place for any photographer who is not so obsessed with climbing the golden career ladder.

While this one  : 

we`re accidents waiting to happen

More on the blog here :

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