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Limes

Limes is a word that comes from Latin and means a boundary. It separates two sides, two areas, two spaces, two universes, two ages and in general, two worlds. The photographs in this exhibition are beyond boundaries. They are beyond the boundaries of countries, ages, customs and characters, dogmas and prejudices. These photographs are beyond, but on the border lies the person who represents all that is before and across the limit, that same person because of whom we build these boundaries. In fact we create them to protect ourselves but as a result they are restricting us. They, the boundaries assume the ethics. They become the dogma and the ethics. They are the age and the universe. The art is in seeing them, in recognizing them in ourselves, in realizing where we are – before or across the limit, in showing it and in knowing whether we should destroy it or build a new one.