Since 2006, Guillaume Lebrun has been exploring the triangle formed by Greece, Bulgaria and Turkey to understand how these countries fit together like pieces of a puzzle. Sometimes they function as three tectonic plates whose friction provokes the cataclysms of hatred and war.
Guillaume Lebrun is planning a triptych to put the cities of Istanbul into perspective, of Plovdiv and Thessaloniki: three cities, centres of high civilization, which observe themselves and see their own reflection in a game of mirrors.
This book is the first part of the triptych made in Turkey, in Istanbul. It has been published in 400 copies, 40 of which are signed and numbered and accompanied by a print run.