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Shoot to capture
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June 19, 2014 10:54
Ruth Biger aims to frame fleeting moments.
Ruth Biger

Ruth Biger aims to frame fleeting moments. (photo credit:Courtesy)

People who prefer to take a more peaceful view of life may find the idea of “shooting” a subject abhorrent. Then again, if you are wielding a camera rather than, say, an M16 rifle, the worst that could happen is you capture your prey unawares – and the end result is a bit more aesthetically pleasing.

The creative-militant shooting analogy is front and center in Ruth Biger’s intriguingly named new exhibition, “The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter,” which opened at the P8 Gallery on Yehuda Halevy Street in Tel Aviv last Thursday, and will run until July 5.

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