Yusuf Sevincli renewed erratic figure of photographer Walker, walking the sidewalks and cities in search of strange faces and fates. Famillier of urban areas, it has stepped up meetings in the heart of his stay in Vichy in March, pushing the door bars, restaurants, associations, but also apartments and houses, taking time to talk to everyone, creating a link that gives each portrait intimate dimension.

Rendez-vous photographique, Vichy
Hors Collection
215 x 310
55 photos duotone
72 pages
ISBN : 978-2-35046-360-5
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Yusuf Sevinçli


Yusuf Sevinçli graduate of the Communication section of Marmara University in 2003, he joined the following year a MasterClass devoted to documentary photography in Sweden. He then built his own work through several series, including Good Dog, which have been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions as collective Turkey, Europe and the world (Month of Photography in Moscow, Thessaloniki Photobiennale , Fotografia photography Festival Europa Reggio Emilia in Italy Fotografie Noorderlicht the Netherlands, Australia FotoFreo …).
Since 2008, his work is also often been published in edited books on photography (“Image Makers, Image Takers: The Essential Guide to Photography“, Thames & Hudson) and in various international magazines.
He lives and works in Istanbul.

Natacha Wolinski

Auteur, Ecrivain, Journaliste

Natacha Wolinski is an art critic who regularly collaborates with publications such as Connaissance des Arts, Le Quotidien de l’art, The Good Life, Air France magazine, and Marie-Claire Magazine. From 2003 to 2009, she hosted a photography-themed program titled “Mat ou brillant” on France Culture. In 2011, she published her first novel titled “En ton absence” (Grasset editions).

She frequently writes texts for Filigranes, including DaysinVichy, Echanges de vues, Walking, Echelle 1, Notices de la Corse, and Mister G.