Eight years of travel, camera in hand, led professional French photographer Axel Saxe to present Israel without a filter, through scenes of local daily life.

He needed this photographic journey to produce this work with maturity, he says, without “falling into the Western tendency” of the international press. “When you see a mass of photographers facing two young guys throwing stones, you know it is not healthy,” he explains.


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