Model makes the case for privacy

Model makes the case for

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
January 3, 2010 20:34
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Privacy, a photo exhibition by model Saray Givaty, is set to be presented at the Leonardo Boutique hotel in Tel Aviv, 17 Rehov Habarzel, tomorrow and Wednesday at 6 p.m.. The exhibition, which is set to coincide with the 100-year anniversary of the Samsonite suitcase company, takes on the special privacy issues created in the world after 9/11 - a subject which has an added poignancy after last week's failed airplane bombing. According to Givati, "The photographs deal with protest and criticism towards the strict airport security checks that penetrate into our personal space and privacy. It gives ironic expression to a world where privacy is ignored in the name of personal safety." All proceeds will be donated the Mishelet Lev foundation, which is dedicated to making wishes come true for children with life-threatening illnesses.

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