Enis Yücel is an international assignment photographer based in Istanbul, Turkey mainly working on humanitarian photography with NGOs.
Enis had conducted photo trips in the U.S.A, Mexico, Western and Eastern Europe and Asia. He completed Steve McCurry's photography master class, received training from award-winning photographers like Sorin Onisor and David DuChemin.
He has involved in humanitarian projects with local and international NGOs and also contributed magazines and associations such as SilverKris Magazine, Destinations Magazine, Singapore Airlines, International Humanitarian Relief Foundation and Goethe-Institut.
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The two Berlin theatre directors Hans-Werner Kroesinger and Regine Dura researched the Southeastern front of the First World War. They were in Belgrade, Sarajevo, in Germany and Austria, and also in Istanbul, where German soliders were washed ashore who had fallen on the shores of the Black Sea and who were buried in the cemetery of the Academy of the Arts Tarabya on the Bosporus.
With actors from the cities visited, Kroesinger and Dura let the war come back to life in photographs, slides, texts, film clips, letters and leaflets.
“Learning to Walk, Over Again…” is a series of images created during the Goethe Institut’s Cultural Relief Program, which was designed to support refugees of different ethnicities living in Turkish refugee camps near the Syrian border. The program features workshops and activities with a trauma therapy focus. More specifically, social and performing arts were utilised as a vehicle for such therapy. Activities here included a “Stilt Workshop for Refugee Kids in Mardin City,” a “Train the Trainee Programme at the Refugee Camp in Nusaybin,” the “Searching Traces: Dance Workshop,” and “Music Therapy in Mardin City and at the Refugee Camp in Nusaybin.”
A Mexican woman is lighting a candle on his relative's grave, remembering the ancestors in the Day of the Dead celebrations.