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Chouf Chouf Chebab is coming from my trip to Israel/Palestine during the last summer…
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What defines a religious space? What are these rules and regulations by which to behave, speak or dress in places defined as holy?
Fair Svetlana is a series of portraits (77×150 cm) that were pictured in an old metal factor that seems to belong to a far and strange place in which time stood still. The series touches the human aspect – manhood, dreams, disappointments, normality vs. abnormality and what lies between them, while trying to take off […]
Neveh Shaanan, a little old quarter not more than 10 minutes’ drive from the centre of Tel Aviv, has become a modern Tower of Babel. Within its few little streets it is host to a large population of all origins and sorts: work migrants from Africa, East Europe, Russia, Turkey, China, The Philippines, to name […]
With Bedouin Land I aim to compile a visual journey exploring the daily life of the Bedouin minority living in unrecognized villages in the Negev, Israel.
The story of the Bedouin tribesmen in the unrecognized village of wadi al-Na’am southern Israel desert. Wadi al-Na’am is an unrecognized Bedouin village located in the Negev Desert in Southern Israel. The village is home to about 8,000 Bedouins. Since the Bedouins never registered their holdings on paper, their villages were considered illegal and termed […]
A living environment is a defined terrain where actual and imaginative perceptions are mutually experienced. The current flow of global information intensifies the simultaneous sense of personal space, and images serve as its geographic and emotional expansions. This kind of amalgamation narrows the distances between the self and the other to a point where remote […]
Writer(s): Ami Steinitz, Dan Savery Raz, Dorit Weisman, E. M. Schorb, Ester Muchawsky-Schnapper, Gilad Meiri, Raquel Chalfi, Tal Nitzán, Tammara Or Slilat
A living environment is a defined terrain where actual and imaginative perceptions are mutually experienced. The current flow of global information intensifies the simultaneous sense of personal space, and images serve as its geographic and emotional expansions.
Between 2003 and 2006 I documented the settlements in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. The photographs focus on the architecture of the settlements, portraits of settlers,
Cold darkness prevails at all hours in the cave at Mufakara, southern Hebron hills. Beneath six meters of rock lives a ten-member Palestinian family, upholding a traditional
In February 2006 I was sent to cover the evacuation of Jewish settlers from the Amona Outpost in the West Bank for the Swiss newspaper Der Bund. Following the experience I
Gray and self assured and solid it moves forward / on its damp and endless journey while yesterday’s ambulances go back and forth / back and forth in my brain…