Holon offers outdoor gallery

Dov Hoz street will turn into a giant outdoor display of fashion and culture portraits.

By HOLON OFFERS OUTDOOR GALLERY
July 23, 2009 11:01

 
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In honor of the upcoming opening of the International Design Museum in Holon, the city is dedicating all its galleries to the world of design. Before this happens, on July 23rd, Rehov Dov Hoz will turn into a giant outdoor display of fashion and culture portraits. Curator and photographer Eitan Tal explained that considering the messages conveyed through portraiture, it was time fashion photographers be considered artists like everyone else. The 60 photographs emphasize fashion, design and the connection between them. Participating photographers include Ido Lavi, Yaniv Edri, Dudi Hasson, Yanai Yehiel, Adi Orni, Roni Cana'ani, Dvir Cahlon and others. The exhibition runs until November.

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