Istanbul Photography Museum
Write a review Review
Situated on a 1,000-square-meter area at the Kadırga Cultural Centre in Fatih district, Istanbul Photography Museum opened its doors to public on November 19, 2011 and was intended to serve as a new cultural centre to develop the art of photography in Turkey. It is managed and administered by the Friends of Photography Association, and it consists of five photography galleries, a photography archive and a library. The museum displays photographs dedicated to Turkish artists and hosts exhibitions of local and foreign artists. The museum is also responsible for the publication of its own photographic books, and houses a rich library of images and publications that is open to the public during visiting hours.