Sevinšliĺs images are highly personal, subjective and dreamlike, in which place and time are uncertain, redolent instead of a deeply felt vision of the world. His fleeting images of everyday life have an air of timelessness about them. Aesthetically and formally they manifest Sevinšliĺs respect and deep engagement with the history of photography.
Yusuf Sevinšli earned a bachelorĺs degree in communications at Marmara University (Istanbul) in 2003, and attended a Masterclass dedicated to documentary photography in Sweden in 2005. From that moment on, he started building his own work through different series which include Good Dog (2012), Marseille (2014), Walking (2015) and exhibited in several solo and group shows in Le Botanique (Brussels, Belgium), Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire (Paris, France), Arter (Istanbul, Turkey), Angkor Festival (Angkor, Cambodia), Istanbul Modern (Istanbul, Turkey), Gallery Boavista (Lisbon, Portugal), Atelier de Visu (Marseille, France), Elipsis Gallery (Istanbul, Turkey), Rencontres dĺArles (Arles, France). One of his latest series ĹDÚriveĺ has been presented in several places in France, such as La Filature in Mulhouse, Le ChÔteau dĺEau in Toulouse, LĺAtelier, Nantes as well as in Moscow during the cityĺs Biennal of Photography in 2016. He lives and works in Istanbul.
Published books; Good Dog (Filigranes Editions, 2012), Marseille (le bec en lĺair, 2014), Walking (Filigranes Editions, 2015), PUT (Fail Books, 2017).