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The modest dimensions of Israel’s photographic equipment also helped to pave the way to a more intimate ambiance.

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October 26, 2017 19:17
Hefziba Shuali Schaz, ‘Digging Myself a Pitfall,’ 2017, performance documentation.

Hefziba Shuali Schaz, ‘Digging Myself a Pitfall,’ 2017, performance documentation.. (photo credit: DANA MEIRSON)

 
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“In my work [as an arts teacher] I travel a lot around the country and I started taking photos of different things that caught my eye – nothing special, just with my cell phone,” he says. What began life as an Instagram project evolved into the “Postcards from Israel” display currently on show at Artists’ House in Jerusalem.

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