IN PICTURES: A Big Terror in a Cute Little Package

Yuval Chen followed hedgehogs in Tel Aviv's urban spaces and created a strange and sad series - reflecting simultaneously naivete and danger.

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"When it comes to the hedgehog – which is identified with the naïve, shy and curious world of children (many stories have been written featuring him) – I find things that to me symbolize terror: spines, needles and a soft belly." (Yuval Chen)

This gallery was first published in Daniel Tchetchik's photography blog on Haaretz, "Exposure."

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