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Places

Yapı Kredi bomontiada

Yapı Kredi bomontiada has served as the main location for 212 Photography Istanbul since its first year. Events take place across different venues. Exhibitions are on the 4th floor, ALT’s Acoustic Academy and White Room as well as in the Gallery.

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Merkez Mah., Silahşör Cad., Birahane Sok. Tarihi bomonti Bira Fabrikası No:1, 34384 Şişli/İstanbul

4.Kat: Open Everyday 10:30 a.m – 8:00 p.m
Galeri: Open Everyday 10:30 a.m – 8.00 p.m

Open Everyday 10.30 a.m – 8 p.m

Akaretler Sıraevleri A 37-39

Akaretler – Sıraevler is a group of row houses that were built by architect Sarkis Balyan at the request of Sultan Abdulaziz in 1875 to host prominent figures who were visiting the Dolmabahçe Palace. Between 2005 and 2008, the row houses – having undergone restorations by Bilgili Holding – hosted figures such as David LaChapelle at the Paul Kasmin Gallery. Akaretler Sıraevler are now home to boutiques and agencies, as well as serving as a venue for events such as meetings and periodical exhibitions.

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Open Everyday 10 a.m – 8 p.m

Zülfaris Karaköy

Zülfaris Karaköy is located at the end of Perçemli Sokak in Karaköy. The venue owes its name to the Ottoman word ‘Zülf-ü Arus’, meaning ‘the fringe of a bride’. Upon serving as a synagogue from 1671 to 1985, the building was allocated to the 500th Anniversary Foundation, which operated the building as the Museum of Turkish Jews from 2001 to 2015. Today, it honours tradition by continuing to host private events such as weddings.

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Open Everyday 10 a.m – 7 p.m

Yeldeğirmeni Art

The structure known as Yeldegirmeni Art is the 19th-century Notre Dame du Rosaire Church, which is part of the Sainte-Euphemie Secondary School and was built with the rights provided by the Tanzimat regime in the 16th century. It is located at the crossroads of Taslibayir and Iskele Streets. The old French Church, which is defined as a historical architectural monument, was nationalized and restored by the Kadikoy Municipality in 2013.

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Open Everyday 10 a.m – 8 p.m

Historical Hüsrev Kethüda Hammam

In the square of Ortaköy, located in the crowded streets that include a hidden history; the hammam was constructed by Architect Sinan in 1500. It was built after the order of Hüsrev Kethüda, the grandvizier of Kara Ahmet Pasha. After being functioned for 300 years as the foundation of Hüsrev Kethüda, it was served as a restaurant for some time. In 2001, it was reconstructed by Beşiktaş Municipality, and transformed into an art center. Also known as Ortaköy Hammam colloquially, it is one of the constructions of Architect Sinan in Beşiktaş amongst Barbaros Hayrettin Pasha Shrine, Sinan Pasha Mosque and Yahya Effendi Dervish Lodge.

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Open Everyday 10 a.m – 8 p.m

Müze Gazhane

Hasanpaşa Gas Station, which provided gas to Kadikoy and the surrounding area for 112 years until becoming idle, was restored and turned into a cultural and art complex by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IBB) in 2021. Named as Müze Gazhane for the first time, the 32 thousand square metre Hasanpaşa Gas House is hosting 212 Photography Istanbul.

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Open Everyday 10 a.m – 8 p.m

Kalyon Kültür

Kalyon Culture is in a remarkable mansion that is located in the heart of Nişantaşı. The mansion, Taş Konak, had been built by the order of II. Abdulhamit had hosted the influential names as Betül Mardin, Arif Mardin, and the first woman poet of Turkey, İhsan Raif Hanım. Now, it is welcoming their guests with cultural events as 212 Photography Istanbul. 

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Open Everyday 10 a.m – 8 p.m