“Black Sea” is a photo essay that consists of a series of vertically framed seascapes. The accompanying narrative text presents a “timescape” parallel to these seascapes; by bringing together pieces of memory and history, it tells the story of the people absent from the photographs — the Pontus (“sea”) Greeks who once lived on these coasts.
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