A mural dedicated to Matti, 60-year-old homeless. Haim Schwarczenberg

Tel Aviv Graffiti Gives Different Viewpoint About the Homeless

An encounter with a homeless man near his home opened Ishay Rozen's eyes. 'The goal wasn’t to vandalize and destroy, but to immortalize and adorn,' he says.

Two decades ago, it was hard to find a homeless person in Tel Aviv. Homelessness was something that many thought would never happen here, thanks to the close-knit Israeli society; it was seen as a...

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