Israel through the eyes of 20 amazing photographers
A new exhibit in NYC features the country's cobblestone streets, pelican flocks and natural wonders.
This photo of a majestic flock of migrating pelicans is titled "Morning" and was taken in 2016 by photographer Luis Curiel. It's part of an exhibit called "Passage to Israel" consisting of photos by 20 acclaimed photographers. The exhibit explores "the layered, soulful beauty of the land of Israel."
The photos will go on display tomorrow at the Anderson Contemporary Gallery in New York City. They'll continue on to Los Angeles, Palm Beach, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Toronto, London, Berlin and, of course, Jerusalem. But if you want a sneak peek ...
"Peace" at the Hula Nature Reserve by Itamar Grinberg. (Photo: Itamar Grinberg/Facebook)
"Flock of Pelicans" 2005 by Itamar Grinberg. (Photo: Itamar Grinberg/Facebook)
"Titi" 2015 by Tzachi Yaffe. (Photo: Tzachi Yaffe/Facebook)
"Jaffa Sunset" 2014 by Iris Cohenian. (Photo: Iris Cohenian/Facebook)
Tel Aviv by Erez Kaganovitz. (Photo: Erez Kaganovitz/Facebook)
Batsheva Dance Company, Tel Aviv by Gadi Dagon. (Photo: Gadi Dagon/Facebook)
"Anemones in the Negev" 2008 by Itamar Grinberg. (Photo: Itamar Grinberg/Facebook)
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