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Annette Louise Solakoğlu

Annette is a photographer and filmmaker (photographed here by Monica Fritz, 2022). Originally from Sweden, she grew up in Germany, and lives partly in New York’s Hudson Valley, partly in Istanbul. Her images of Turkey has been the subject of two major features in Cornucopia, the first about Istanbul (65), coinciding with an exhibition at the Şule Gazioğlu Gallery in Boyacıköy, Emirgan, the second the record of a winter train journey to Kars and the ruins of Ani (66).

Her work has been published and exhibited internationally; her films received numerous awards, including Best Short Film at Santa Barbara Intl. Film Festival and the Humanitarian Award at Cleveland Intl. Film Festival. She received a 2020 IPA Silver Award and won the 2020 and 2022 Julia Margaret Cameron Award in the self-portrait and street photography categories. Her portraiture series, FacesIGraces, was exhibited in a solo show at the Balter Gallery, Garrison Art Center, New York. The series was acquired by the Putnam History Museum for their permanent collection.

Over the past decade, Annette taught documentary history at Vassar College and film production at Boston University. She graduated from Berlin University of the Arts, Germany, and earned a Master of Fine Arts degree from Boston University. At ICP in New York, Annette studied large format film photography with Richard Rothman.


  • The Season Ticket

    From Issue 66

    In the dead of winter, the photographer and filmmaker Annette Louise Solakoğlu takes the long, slow train journey east from Ankara to the borderland where Turkey meets Armenia and Georgia, scanning the frozen vastness of the north Anatolian landscape

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