Israeli photography

Very Close-Up In Israel

Is an exhibit with more than fifty photos highlighting exclusion, violence, racial barriers, poverty and brutality in Israel good for the Jews and the future of Israel?

 Nir Kafri. Brothers Ahmed and Mahmoud of Yatta village, near Hebron. 2012. Courtesy of Ronald Feldman Fine Arts

Dreaming In Chelsea

After having lived in Israel for a few years, Andrea Meislin has become an advocate of Israeli photography and the group show now on view in her eponymous gallery is a testimony to that devotion.  Over half the works featured in “Perchance to Dream,” which address themes of sleep and intimacy, are by Israeli artists; and unfairly or not, association with Israel brings with it a specific political and international urgency.

Adi Nes, Untitled, 1999. Digital C-print. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.
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