Swing & shoot

A collection of black-and-white jazz prints will enliven Jaffa’s Beit Mandel

October 1, 2015 13:37
Kioshy Kitagawa

Kioshy Kitagawa. (photo credit: YOSSI ZWECKER)


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Anyone with even a smidgen of romantic sensibilities draped around his heartstrings, and an eye for striking aesthetics, must surely appreciate monochrome photography.

Uncluttered by the shades and tints of the full palette of colors, blackand- white photography is eminently capable of conveying the drama, the tension and, yes, the sheer emotion inherent in a moment of a jazz gig lovingly captured by the photographer’s lens.


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