Artist Yener Torun Captures Vibrant Modern Architecture in Turkey

01 Artist Yener Torun Captures Vibrant Modern Architecture in Turkey

Photography by cimkedi

Today, we take a look at artist Yener Torun’s photography series that offers an alternative view of historic Turkish cities. He captures highly saturated scenes of modern buildings with bold geometric shapes and symmetry.

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