Taking a different angle

A photography exhibition at the Israel Museum explores the immigrant’s view of new surroundings and culture.

June 20, 2013 12:31
‘UNTITLED’, Paris, ca. 1925. Germaine Krull, French, born Poland, 1897-1985.

2 guys sitting old style black and white 370. (photo credit: courtesy)


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We are all immigrants, says Nissan Perez, the man who put together the show “Displaced Visions: Emigré Photographers of the 20th Century” at the Israel Museum.

The exhibition, which opened three weeks ago and runs until October 5, reconsiders the work of nearly 100 key figures in photography from the perspective of how their standing as immigrants affected their creative vision.


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