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Photography: Nurhayat Yazýcý

Born in Elazig, southeast Turkey, in 1953, Erdal Yazici completed a foundation course in education at Anadolu University. He began his professional career as a photographer in 1983 and had his first photo-reportages published in the national daily, Günaydin newspaper. In the following years, he expanded his portfolio to include publications such as Cumhuriyet newspaper, Atlas, Gezi/National Geographic Traveler, Voyager and Skylife magazines.

To date, he has held nine solo exhibitions. His work has also featured in many slide shows and group exhibitions in Turkey and overseas. He has undertaken several documentary style projects, which have subsequently been published as albums. The first of these, entitled BIR YAPRAK DÖKÜMÜ ÖYKÜSÜ (A Tale of Falling Leaves), focuses on crafts slowly dying out with the changing production environment. Next came the album, YARINIMIZ UMUDUMUZ ÇOCUKLAR (Children: Our Hope for the Future), a photographic essay treating the theme of children, a tangible symbol of our future. Here, however, the accent is on children who grow up in adverse circumstances and the subjects are depicted living life on the street, at school and at work. While his first two albums feature exclusively black and white work, Yazici’s third album, SON YÜZLER (Fading Faces), switches to colour and takes up the theme of vanishing crafts once again. His fourth and most recent album, on the other hand, considers the colourful world of children all over Turkey under the title ÇOCUK DÜNYAM (A Child’s World).

Notable among his other documentary projects was an extended study of the silkworm business in Bursa, which he worked on from 1992-2000. In between, in 1999, he also photographed the devastation of the earthquakes that year in Gölcük, Adapazari, Düzce and Kaynasli, districts of northwest Anatolia. He has realised several photographic projects on themes ranging from Turkey’s wildlife to its archaeological and historical heritage and had this work published in book form. He has also compiled photographic narratives on the demise of local agriculture and wildlife, particularly through pollution.

Erdal Yazici is a member of IFSAK (Istanbul Amateur Photography & Filmmaking Association) and currently works as a freelance photographer.

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About Erdal Yazýcý
Individual Press:
Photography Books of Erdal Yazici.
My Child World -2005
Urfa Exhibition Handbook -February 1999
Children: Our Hope for the Future-1996
Vanishing Crafts: A Tale of Falling Leaves -1992
These books and magazines contain Erdal Yazici's photographs:
Various of books and magazines that contain Erdal Yazici's photograps.
Scala Published, London 2005
Istanbul Photo Guide Tokyo Japonya
Eyewitneess Travel Guides Istanbul-England-London
Guide Of Erzincan-1999
Ahtamar Reliefs-Istanbul-2003
Atlas November 1994
Atlas March 1997
Fotograf Magazine April- May 1999
Gezi National Geographic Traveler 1998
Gezi National Geographic Traveler December 1997
Istanbul Magazine 1993
Gezi National Geographic Traveler 1998
Skylife March 1997
Varan YOL Boyunca December 2004
Varan Yol Boyunca November 2004
The News of Exhibition in England
The News of Exhibition in England