Brook Preloader


Technology currently allows photographers’ cameras to rise many meters from the ground to view the intertwined state of humans and nature in unprecedented ways.

In this exhibition, the “bird’s eye view,” drone photography, which in the past was usually used to create a sense of belonging for people, now confronts the viewer with the destruction humanity has caused on a global scale.

Crises caused by climate change, the plunder of nature, and uncontrolled growth have become part of our daily lives; these works call on all of us to adapt to our new reality and take urgent action. With images of abandoned human structures, accumulated plastic garbage, and nature that has been destroyed or is about to disappear, Lost Landscapes depicts this new world through the eyes of 20 living artists operating in different geographies. Florian Ledoux, representing a voice for those who cannot speak with his striking shots of the Arctic region, and Dirk Dallas, known for his book Eyes Over the World, in which he brings together fascinating drone photographs, are among the artists included in this exhibition. In addition, the 2021 film Our Ark, directed by Deniz Tortum and Kathryn Hamilton, which concerns the creation of a digital Noah’s Ark by making three-dimensional copies of all living things in the world, will be screened.


Dirk Dallas, Kristina Makeeva, Bachir Moukarzel, Costas Spathis, Florian Ledoux, Nick Bugeja, Khánh Phan, Estlin Haiss, Tom Hegen, Tomas Wetmanenk


6-16 October 2022


Akaretler Sıraevleri 19

Open every day 10:30 – 20:00