Istanbul Modern – Go Go Go

On 8 February 2013 by Carolien Geurtsen

Left my favorite and right a favorite

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Vandaag bijna de hele dag in rondgezworven – Today I wandered around in the MI nearly all day
Valt van alles over te zeggen – Sò many things to say about it
Bijna beter om dan niets te zeggen – Seems the near best thing is to say nothing

OR

Geweldig – Great
Goed – Good
Interessant – Interesting
Onvoorstelbaar – Incredible
Mooi – Beautiful
Educatief – Educational
Miraculeus – Miraculous
Knap – Clever
Mooi – Beautiful
Grappig – Funny

Zéér de moeite waard – GO Go Go there

Eén van de vijf tenstoonstellingen die ik gezien heb (Vandaag. Dààr!) – One of the five exhibitions I saw (Today – There!)

POWER – 30 January – 28 April 2013

One of the major awards in photography today, the Prix Pictet aims to raise public awareness in social and environmental challenges of the current era. For its fourth cycle the competition focuses on the broad and paradoxical concept of “Power.” While often leading to disaster and despair, power can also generate hope and renewal. The exhibition displays the struggle for survival between humankind and nature, our despair in the face of the damage we have caused, social power conflicts, and the dichotomies of power in our world today with its invasions and revolts. Around the uncanny theme of power, the works of the 12 finalists reveal in a straightforward manner the striking facts experienced in recent history and which we are still experiencing today.

Artists: Robert Adams, Daniel Beltrá, Mohamed Bourouissa, Philippe Chancel, Edmund Clark, Carl De Keyzer, Luc Delahaye, Rena Effendi, Jacqueline Hassink, An-My Lê, Joel Sternfeld, Guy Tillim

 

Istanbul Modern Website

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