Stockholm Metro Stations

Filiz Çağlar

Filiz Çağlar

Filiz Çağlar

Filiz Çağlar

Born in 1977, Bursa. She completed English Teaching Programme of Uludağ University. Interest in photography for 3 years. She won exhibition award in various national and internattional competitions.  She continues her works at BUFSAD Nature Photography Workshop.

You start to see the importance that given to art as soon as you land in the capital of Sweden, Stockholm,. This aspect of the city is so developed that they even carried art to metro stations. 90 out of 100 stations in the 110 km tunnel system, also known as "the world's longest art gallery"; It is decorated with paintings, sculptures, mosaics etc. have been produced by 150 artists since 1950. Our exhibition theme “Far Near” has created a desire to include metro stations that bring the distant closer to me and transport millions of people from one end of the city to the other every day in many cities around the world. Life continues at every moment with completely different stories under the ground in the subways that bring people together closely and take them away. I found it appropriate to place the metro stations in the city of Stockholm, which attracts many photographers from all over the world, as they offer visual richness in terms of photography.

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