EMBED IN EGYPT

 

As tensions continue to rise in the aftermath of Mubarak’s fall and protests and violence remain in the streets, “Embed in Egypt” tells the story of the parallel reality of everyday life, manifested in personal moments. Covering a period between 2011-2013, the series in black and white is a reconstructon of a prolonged personal memory about a place in the midst of a historic transition and the dynamic human story within, depicting an evolving, complex and non-linear reality, expressed in the language of a photographic diary.

 



Published by Kehrer Verlag
18,2x24cm, flexi-cover
Designed by Emine Gozde Sevim and Kehrer Design
144 pages
69 duotone ills.
English
ISBN 978-3-86828-618-2



IN THE PRESS
NOSTOS - Between two worlds (in Turkish)
CNN - Egypt after the revolution
ZAMAN - Beyond what took place in Egypt (in Turkish)
CairoScene- Embedding Egypt in Collective Memory
REORIENT- Capturing the complexities of the Egyptian Revolution in black-and-white photographs
L'Oeil de la Photographie - Emine Sevim : Embed in Egypt, a story without a beginning
British Journal of Photography - Emine Gozde Sevim - Embed in Egypt
OAI13 - L’Égypte vue de l’intérieur par Emine Gozde Sevim (in French)
Lens Culture - Feature
British Journal of Photography - War and Peace


EXHIBITIONS/SCREENINGS
2016   “EMBED IN EGYPT”, Photobook Museum – Germany
2016   “EMBED IN EGYPT”, Benaki Museum - Athens Photo Festival, Greece
2015   “EMBED IN EGYPT”, book launch, Grand Palais, PARIS PHOTO, France
2015   “EMBED IN EGYPT”, screening, Just Another Photo Festival, New Delhi, India
2015   “EMBED IN EGYPT”, screening, Organ Vida Festival, Zagreb, Croatia
2015   “EMBED IN EGYPT”, screening, Voies OFF during opening week,Les Rencontres de la Photographie,
            Arles, France

2015   “EMBED IN EGYPT”, screening, Photo Ireland, Dublin, Ireland
2015   “EMBED IN EGYPT”, screening, Triennale der Photographie, Hamburg, Germany
2015   “EMBED IN EGYPT”, Fotobookfestival, Kassel, Germany


PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Akkasah: Center for Photography - NYU, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.
Columbia University, New York U.S.A.
National Media Museum, Bradford U.K.