In front of the A1 French pirate private Tv station in Les Halles neighborhood. I am turning their main entrance hall into an artwork. Paris, 1982

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With Sylvia the wife of my best Parisian friend since the 70's Meir Sayada, in front of my "devanture" at the A1 studios. Paris, 1982

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At the CCAC studios. I keep on dripping the paints and leaving my traces. California, 1983

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At the CCAC studios. I keep on dripping the paints and leaving my traces. California, 1983

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My model Beth.. San Francisco, 1983

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My model Beth.. San Francisco, 1983

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Bedri: Best things in life are free. New York, 1983

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SoHo’s endless Turkish energetic battery is still running strong. New York, 1983

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SoHo’s endless Turkish energetic battery is still running strong. New York, 1983

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New York, 1984

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Meet Bedri the Turk. New York, 1984

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New York, 1984

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New York, 1984

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Nükhet everything new. New York, 1984

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Bedri: Best things are free. New York, 1984

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Come on Bedri. New York, 1984

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Before the opening of my show at Martin Molinary Gallery in SoHo. New York, 1984

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My girlfriend Elena Colombo in front of my graffiti. "Hi Leo". New York, 1985

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Okay okay, we understand. New York, 1985

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"Chick like" in front of Comme des Garcons. New York, 1985

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Bedri likes blonds. New York, 1985

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Amsterdam, 1985

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"Life is full of shit" (or life is a bitch) would be "not-so-good" translation. Anyway, life strikes you from the back when you least expect it! New York, 1985

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Don't misunderstand me. What you read on that wall, is not L.A. (meaning Los Angeles) Meet the Turk. There LA means Lena Alftin. The girl will my lover, almost my wife(!) dropped me like this: Bang! Well, what did we say? "Life is full of shit" or "life is a bummer" however u think! New York, 1986

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New York, 1986

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In front of This has been done before. New York, 1988

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Advice to clever people: Play it safe invest in Bedri. New York, 1988

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The tube entrance at Prince St station. New York, 1988

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Now you tell me: Who the hell sets the standards here? New York, 1988

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In New York young artist Yankı Erimtan, points out my graffiti that asks the most striking question: At what time shall we make love? New York, 1988

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Ortaköy. This time my own street Palanga Caddesi where I live. My line over the reads: Boyanın Beyni (the Brain of the Paint) the name of my first published book. İstanbul, 1989

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My lovely dog Mike and a cute neighborhood resident. İstanbul, 1989

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In Tunisia, this is how you write "This Has Been Done Before" watch yourself. Mahares, 1990

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