The Ara Güler Photography Exhibition opened last week in Rome, at the Trastevere Museum. Organized by the Presidency of the Republic of Turkey in collaboration with Ara Güler Museum and Archive and Research Center, carries the works of the Turkish photographer Ara Güler, who passed away in 2018, to the world, and it was opened at London Saatchi Gallery in April 2019, at Paris Polka Gallery in May 2019, at Kyoto Tofuku-ji Temple in Japan during the G-20 Summit and at Alexander Hamilton Custom House in New York during the United Nations General Assembly session.

The exhibition will remain open until May 3, 2020, and it particularly features a selection of portraits including famous figures such as Federico Fellini, Antonio Tabucchi, Bernardo Bertolucci, and Sophia Loren as well as Ara Güler’s photographs of Istanbul during the 1950s and 60s.