Istanbul: Contrasts

By Hossein Amirsadeghi, with essays by Murat Belge, Elif Şafak, Andrew Finkel

Photographs by Cemal Emden and Ashkan Sahihi
Published by Thames & Hudson
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Istanbul is now one of the planets hippest cities. Its art is sought after by international collectors, its fashion is feted on catwalks, and its design and architecture are widely admired by critics and public alike.

Compiled by some of the regions leading movers and shakers, this groundbreaking book gives readers an inside guide to Istanbul’s new cultural landscape, its history and artistic heritage, accompanied throughout by stunning images from the lenses of leading photographers.

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