Studio call: Photographer Lea Golda Holterman has a split lens
Dividing her attention between secular and Orthodox, Israel and abroad, this artist treats her studio like a psychologist's clinic.
Lea Golda Holterman divides her time between her apartment in the ultra-Orthodox neighborhood of Kiryat Mattersdorf in Jerusalem, her parents’ home in Haifa and an apartment in Berlin - just as she divides her time between the religious and the secular, and between the desire to define her identity and her attraction to the unfamiliar. She has no regular studio, and prefers to photograph her subjects...
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