All posts by Selin Ozulkulu


Forgotten Thoughts of Forgotten People

Istanbul Ataturk Airport, 06/28/2016 Baklava… NO! Kunefe! All the deserts that people have not yet discovered the beauty of outside of Turkey pass through your mind, as you board your plane taking you back home to Istanbul. And the desserts remind you about all the drinks. As soon as I...

Entering Van Gogh’s Bedroom

Close my eyes. Breathe. And feel the painter creating every single brushstroke in front of me. Feel each emotion they express by putting that mark on the canvas. Whenever I see a painting on its canvas rather than on a computer screen or a textbook page, I take a deep...

A Love at the Age of Modernism: Artist to Muse to Collaborator

Her hands symbolize her independence and creativity. Her neck is her sensuality. Her bare skin is her vulnerability. Her wrinkles around the corner of her eyes are her confidence. /// Independence, creativity, sensuality, confidence, vulnerability…these are only a few of things that Alfred Stieglitz thought about while trying to photograph...