PHOTOGRAPHING ISRAEL: Changing Visions
Thursday May 23, 2013 to Sunday August 11, 2013
Photographing Israel: Changing Visions over 150 years
This exhibit, guest curated by Netanel Portier, weaves together rarely-seen images of Israel from the mid-19th century to the mid-20th century – drawn from the Lenkin Family Collection of Photography at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries – along with photographs by three noted Israeli photographers working today, Yosaif Cohain, Neil Folberg and Gilad Ophir.
In The Open Lens Gallery
Petah Tikvah: Photographs by Netanel Eliezer Portier
Petah Tikvah is known as “the mother of all settlements” – the first Zionist settlement in then-Palestine The artist investigates this city's changing landscape while exploring its myths and complex realities with portraits and landscapes.
Free opening reception:
Thursday, May 23
Featuring a walk-through with photographer Netanel Portier