Photo exhibit to fight road accidents

Each of the photos on display depicts someone caught in motion, and each of the subjects is offering something from his wardrobe for sale.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 5, 2009 08:40
Photo exhibit to fight road accidents

Marina Kavisher 88 248. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Photographer Ilya Melnikov, whose works are known for catching and freezing nearly undetectable movements, has a new exhibition opening on Thursday. The exhibition is a joint project with the Seat car company and the Or Yarok organization; all of the works will be for sale, with proceeds benefiting the fight against road accidents in Israel. Each of the photos on display depicts someone caught in motion, and each of the subjects is offering something from his wardrobe for sale. Among the people photographed are Dafna Lustig, Marina Kavisher, Arik Ben-Simhon, Reuven Cohen, Emily Karpel and Efrat Gosh. The show will be on view until April 5 at the Seat showroom in Herzliya Pituah.

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