A life in film

It looks like Weissenstein’s sensitively created body of work will have some like-minded neighbors.

March 30, 2017 14:01
Pri-Or Photohouse

Rudi and Miriam Weissenstein in front of the original Pri-Or Photohouse on Tel Aviv’s Allenby Street. (photo credit: RUDI WEISSENSTEIN/THE PHOTOHOUSE)


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In this information-saturated world, images are everything.

Swamped by sound bites and ever more titillating pictures, we tend to hop from news item to news item, with a bit of YouTube or some other vehicle of instant entertainment betwixt. Our concentration spans are constantly shrinking, but there are still some vestiges of an earlier, more gently paced time to be had.


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