Framing the refugees

Merav Naor-Weinstock is emotionally invested in her latest project – documenting the grim refugee journey to Europe – sometimes even at the expense of a stunning image.

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February 11, 2016 21:54
Syrian refugees

Taken soon after this Syrian couple learned they would not be allowed to cross to Macedonia. (photo credit: MERAV NAOR-WEINSTOCK)

 
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Merav Naor-Weinstock is no novice. She’s been in the photography business for quite some time, and we’re not talking about wedding pics or fetching frames of pastoral landscapes here.

The 43-year-old generally points her lenses at some troubling – sometimes momentous – scene in her capacity as a roving documentary photographer.

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