Up close and impersonal
A series of contrasts at the International Photography Festival in Rishon Letzion exposes the vulnerability of boys and men.
In the pavilion at a Rishon Letzion winery, I listen to Uri Gershuni. He’s talking, in his pleasant, interesting voice, about the small, tender exhibition he’s curated as part of the city’s current International Photography Festival. He points to the photographs he has assembled: small, black and white. Each of them flawed, burnt, sliced incorrectly, shot against the sun, showing...
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