The light makes his life

Mario Troiani feels that people outside Israel who have never lived here have a complete misconception of what life in Israel is all about.

July 30, 2015 16:34
4 minute read.
Tel Aviv Port

The carousel at the Tel Aviv Port; one of Troiani’s photographic works.. (photo credit: MARIO TROIANI)


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In his exhibition “The Sound of Tel Aviv,” which opened at the Tel Aviv Felicja Blumental Music Center on July 16 and will run for six months, new immigrant photographer Mario Troiani gives his take on what Tel Aviv means to him.

With 27 photos taken over the last year since he made aliya from his home in Umbria, he shows a very personal view of the nonstop city.


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