Yusuf SaymanFriends of ISCI
Yusuf Sayman is a New York based photojournalist concentrating on the relationship between the state and the individual. In 2008, he finished the photojournalism and documentary photography program at the International Center of Photography where he won the John and Annamaria Philips Foundation Scholarship for Photojournalism. Currently he works as a free lance photojournalist, also as an assistant for Antonin Kratochvil. His work has been published in the Fader and Fortune magazines, also exhibited in New York, Berlin, Amersfoort and in the Pingyao photography festival in China.
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4 Oct 2011
‘Changing Contours of World Order’ a talk by Professor Noam Chomsky
On 10 October 2011 Noam Chomsky launched ISCI’s new journal, State Crime at King’s College London. We are...
23 Jun 2010
News Round-Up: 23 June 2010
The past few weeks have been busy for the Initiative, so here’s a brief round-up of our news and activities:...
19 Jun 2010
IRR: Acclaimed photographer barred
The Institute of Race Relations has published a story by Frances Webber on the UK’s refusal to allow Yusuf Sayman...
28 Apr 2010
Video: You Are Turkish (2010)
‘You ARE Turkish’ is a multimedia piece that tries to communicate how it felt to be Kurdish in Turkey...
26 Apr 2010
Sayman Photo Essay on Turkey & Iraq
In Spring 2010 Yusuf Sayman visited Turkey and Iraq to carry out a photo essay on the treatment of the Kurdish...
25 Apr 2010
The Head Terrorist and the Honorable Leader of a People
In Diyarbakir, the center of the Kurdish region in Turkey, or in Batman, the Oil capital of Turkey, where oil is not...
8 Apr 2010
Fisk & Sayman Launch ISCI
The International State Crime Initiative was launched on 14th June 2010 at King’s College London by a lecture by...