A portrait taken at the Rahabot studio in Tel Aviv. Abel Eyob

The Tel Aviv Portrait Studio Where African Refugees Go to Escape

African refugees get their portraits done in a small Tel Aviv studio, against backgrounds of other lands, so they can forget for a moment where they are

When it comes to picturing the Africans living in the country, most Israelis possess a fairly limited gallery of mental images. They’re usually pictured as idle people wrapped in colorful blankets in Levinsky...

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