With 'Humans of Tel Aviv' Erez Kaganovitz wants to show 'a different side of Israel; its multiculturalism, diversity, very active civil society and all its complexity.'
A friend once called him the “paparazzi of unimportant people.” Erez Kaganovitz corrected her. “I told her I was actually the paparazzi of the most important people,” he recalls./p>
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