Tokyo to study performance art. But it wasn’t to be. “My mother had a very serious illness for 10 years,” she explains. “I am an only child. I lost my father and we don’t have any relatives, so there was just the two of us – my mother and me.” Saglam’s mother was also an artist, and Saglam began air.
(photo credit: ASLI SAGLAM)
We all have our stories to tell. We have our joys and sorrows, successes and failures, and lots of interim shades and timeworn nuances.Some keep their personal undercurrents well under wraps, while others wear their heart on their sleeve.
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