VARDA CARMELI. PAST-PRESENT

by Irith Gubi

«I submerged myself in long-term projects and evolved through them.»

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Israel
17.09.2017

ROEI GREENBERG. ALONG THE BREAK

by Irith Gubi

«I believe this is due to the fact that the Kibbutz is located right on the border with Lebanon and I grew up at time of an ongoing conflict over that border, which influenced my approach to landscape.»

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Israel
29.05.2017

ALONG THE BREAK

by Roei Greenberg

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Israel
10.04.2017

YOAV HORESH. AFTERMATH

by Polina Shubkina

«These places I photographed are mundane. They were dictated to me because of their traumatic history. There was nothing unique about these sites until history scarred them, they turned into significant sites of trauma that I, in a sense, reduced into pictures of the landscape, and cityscape, trees, cafes and street corners.»

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Israel
28.03.2017

YULI GORODINSKY. AN IMMIGRANT'S GAZE

by Irith Gubi

«I think that it was Susan Sontag who wrote that all photographers are people who were robbed of their childhood. I always related to that sentence.»

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Israel
31.01.2017

RUBI LEBOVITCH. HOME SWEET HOME

by Irith Gubi

«Many times weird scenes I spot on the street become the inspiration for my photos and I transform the outdoor scene into an indoor scene.»

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Israel
09.08.2016

YAAKOV ISRAEL. LEGITIMACY OF LANDSCAPE

by Steve Bisson

«It was at a time of political escalation and I noticed that everybody was driving very fast, so busy in getting from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv, not even glancing at the car stuck on the side of the road.»

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Israel
03.05.2016

ODED BALILTY. MANY DECISIONS

by Steve Bisson

«I believe that there will always be a difference between professional and amateur photography. I don’t think the amount of people taking pictures will change photography.»

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Israel
01.02.2016

AAPO HUHTA. THE DOCUMENTARY ELEMENT

by Karl Ketamo

«I still think of photography as a craft that one can develop oneself to become a master of it, if you work really hard and honestly in order to understand it.»

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Finland
18.05.2015

SASHA TAMARIN. STUCK BETWEEN TWO HOMELANDS

by Irith Gubi

«I am observing Israel from a naive perspective, with a lightness that is essentially void of our contemporarytroubles, and instead, is charged with my fascination for tropical nature and the entire kaleidoscope of human behavior.»

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Israel
05.05.2015

REFLECTIONS ON THE EXHIBITION ‘NO MAN’S LAND’ BY AVSHALOM LEVI

by Sami Shalom

«This is what the artist and photographer Avshalom Levi, a native of Musrara, does when he returns to the cradle of his childhood, to the heroes of his youth, to provide them with a wall of fame in a series of exceptionally moving photographic portraits.» 

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Israel
14.04.2015

YANIV WAISSA. MY WAY OF EXPRESSION

by Irith Gubi

«My works are always very emotional and walk on the thin line between old and new, sometimes between reality and dream. An important aspect of my works is the actual act of photographing the image, collecting or creating a memory.»

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Israel
16.02.2015

YAAKOV ISRAEL. ASPECTS OF MY LIFE IN ISRAEL

by Steve Bisson

«Since I started I have been working under the umbrella of the social and political aspects of my country. Using photography to try and better understand the place I live in.»

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Israel
27.05.2014

JESÚS MADRIÑÁN. BOA NOITES

by Steve Bisson

«I interrogate myself by taking those pictures, because, somehow, they are a projection of myself, since we belong to the same generation, and we live in the same time.»

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Spain
16.04.2014

YAAKOV ISRAEL. WHEN THE LAND SPEAKS

by Gregory Jones

«There is no one way to understand the political on-goings in Israel, even though I’ve been living here all my life and been very much part of this culture I still can’t understand what is really going on.»

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Israel
29.06.2011
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