The Art of Work
by Sara Clarke
I got a little lonely in Istanbul, so I started taking portraits of people who work on the street. It began with the fishermen on the Galata bridge which spans the Golden Horn. Then there were the roast chestnut sellers. Finally, I discovered that your average roving bread vendor will pose for you for the price of a simit.
For true street vending artistry, though, you have to go to China. It makes me a little sad that we never see this genius’ face:
(Stay tuned for more of my Turkish Street Vendor photo series.)