The Stories Behind the Captivating Works of Israel's Pioneering Women Photographers

A book and an exhibition pay tribute to around 100 female photographers from the late 19th century to the end of the 1970s

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Ronit Shany: London, 1976.
Ronit Shany: London, 1976. Credit: Ronit Shany
Tsafi Saar
Tsafi Saar
Behira Eden. 'She knew how to photograph the stars and other heavenly bodies.'
Behira Eden. 'She knew how to photograph the stars and other heavenly bodies.'Credit: Behira Eden
Yael Rozen: Haifa, near the city's port, 1965.
Yael Rozen: Haifa, near the city's port, 1965.Credit: Yael Rozen
Yael Rozen Haifa 1965
Credit: Yael Rozen
Naomi Tsur: Florida, 1977.
Naomi Tsur: Florida, 1977.Credit: Naomi Tsur
Tzipora David. Photographed portraits of young members of one kibbutz community in the Jezreel Valley.
Tzipora David. Photographed portraits of young members of one kibbutz community in the Jezreel Valley.Credit: Tzipora David
Lu Landauer: Self-portrait, Jerusalem, 1944.
Lu Landauer: Self-portrait, Jerusalem, 1944.Credit: Lu Landauer
Ronit Shany: London, 1976.
Ronit Shany: London, 1976. Credit: Ronit Shany
Aliza Auerbach.
Aliza Auerbach. A photographer who said of herself that she had ‘never [had] an ego.’Credit: Aliza Auerbach
Frieda Mayer Jacobsohn: Jaffa Port, 1930s.
Frieda Mayer Jacobsohn: Jaffa Port, 1930s.Credit: Frieda Mayer Jacobsohn Estate.

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