Daniel Tchetchik, an Haaretz photographer since 2003, worked from 2008 to 2013 on a photo series that sought to capture the day-to-day life in Israel.
"I tried to capture a few fragments of reality that reflect the complexities that arise and intensify in this country during a period of change," Tchetchik said of the 'Turning Point' project.
Over the years, Tchetchik's work was displayed in top Israeli museums and in a number of exhibitions abroad.
Tchetchik won various awards at the Israeli "Local Testimony" photography contest between 2007 and 2012.
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