Ten days after the birth of her daughter, Zeynep was diagnosed with breast cancer. When we met for a study about cancer patients, she’d had her disease for 1,5 years and it had spread to other organs. She was full of life but she was suffering a lot. She wanted to live for her daughter and was fighting for hers with all her strength. She started painting during chemotherapy. She would say that the long hours were bearable with the picture. We lost her with sudden brain metastasis. Everything she had planned was incomplete, like the painting she started to make. With this project, I try keep my promise to her.
All images and text © F. Dilek Uyar
By F. Dilek Uyar
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