May Day Celebration Around the World

Written by Thomas Büsch on . Posted in Place Hacking


  • c76df00a-bdec-41ff-9b25-b4e5e6619877-620x372

  • wall

  • 1398937519-thousands-of-laborers-joined-the-mayday-rally-in-manila_4607613

  • 1398947400-cambodias-forces-attack-protesters-on-labour-day_4607903

  • article-2617585-1D7E1CD400000578-367_964x723

  • BmjzN2KCUAADxIS.jpg_large

  • BmjpG_-CYAAZzKr

  • Bmjjr-_IAAAyP-G.jpg_large

  • BmjrAmEIEAAkP2C

  • BmjpE2DIUAAU7fv

  • BmjmQ9DIcAAg85p

  • 628x471

  • maypole

  • Fireworks explode near protesters during a May Day demonstration in Istanbul. Photograph: UMIT BEKTAS/REUTERS
  • Specially-designed portable steel walls used by police on May Day in Turkey. The camera-equipped walls can automatically spray tear gas when protesters push them.
  • Thousands of laborers joined the Mayday rally in Manila
  • A security guard arbitrarily attacks a journalist with a 'homemade' baton on Labour Day in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
  • Students pose with local mascots as people celebrate May Day morning on the bridge next to Magdalen College in Oxford, UK
  • Many children are targeted by PM Erdogan's police in Istanbul on May Day 2014
  • May Day in Istanbul: the translation reads - 'What do u mean w cannot enter Taksim?'
  • Against job discrimination in Bahrain.
  • London Mayday protests were just great.
  • Happy Labour day in Istanbul 2014!..
  • Pakistan Trade Union Defence Campaign, May Day
  • Members of pro-communist union PAME gather in May Day protests in the Northern Greek city of Thessaloniki.
  • Traditional May Day Celebration in UK


May Day and its history of cultural celebrations have spanned throughout many hundreds of years of history, starting with the ancient pagan cultures in Scotland and Ireland. Cultures have traditionally celebrated May 1 as the beginning of Summer, even though the day falls right in the middle of spring.

Football Team Supporters for Privacy

Written by Thomas Büsch on . Posted in Seen Beyond, Voices


  • football2
  • football3
  • football1
  • football4


Various football team supporters gathered in Beyoglu to protest Turkish Football Association`s new controversial electronic ticketing system. Police attack protestors and arrested some of them.
Fans from Istanbul’s three arch-foes – Beşiktaş, Fenerbahçe and Galatasaray – have all denounced the new system, dubbed “passolig,” which will allow security forces to check supporters’ private data when they buy match tickets.

Recent Tweets

Twitter response: "Bad Authentication data."

Contact Us

  • InEnArt
    Molla Çelebi Çesme Çikmazi 1/3
    34427 Istanbul/Turkey
  • + 90 - 212 - 292 41 34