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Any advice gratefully received: What kind of mutual relationships are possible in a system of three types of elements?

עצה קטנה תתקבל בברכה גדולה: אילו יחסי גומלין אפשריים במערכת בת שלושה סוגי אלמנטים? תודה על תשומת הלב, יוסי

מערכת דימויים - מודל 3 סוגי אלמנטים: תמונות, היגדים ודימויים. כפי שניתן לראות, פרטי כל סוג יכולים להיקשר בינם לבין עצמם או עם פרטי כל סוג…


Added by Yossi Nahmias on June 12, 2013 at 9:30am — 12 Comments

The Shpilman Institute for Photography (The SIP) announces three grants to outstanding students

Photography students at institutions of higher education are invited to submit portfolios of new work by May 6 for three grants of NIS 10,000 each to the Shpilman Institute for Photography. The winners will be selected by a panel - Dr. Shlomo Aharonov and photographers Pesi Girsch, Gilad Ophir and Naomi Leshem. The criteria will be originality and theoretical aspects of the work presented.…


Added by Yossi Nahmias on April 21, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments

Today it's me tomorrow it's you - photo exhibition about workers' rights

The Jerusalem unit of ISEF, which includes photography students, invites you to participate in a special project (follow the link to see the reference letter). For more information and admission, please contact as soon as possible:  isef.exhibition@gmail.com

Added by Yossi Nahmias on April 9, 2011 at 3:12am — No Comments

In memory of our beloved teacher Sandy, Mr. Menachem Gendelman - במלאת 30 לפטירתו של מנחם גנדלמן, סנדי

Sandy, a friend, a beloved teacher and educator. In this1972 photo: Sandy on duty as Rishon LeZion youth delegation coordinator to Minneapolis, New York and Heerenveen (Netherlands).

From left: Batsheva Hajby, Zviya Ben-Zvi, Udi Shtammer, Sandy (Menachem Gendelman), Roni Blechner, Rosa Glazer, Ziv Ringer, Ruthi Zilberberg, Yossi Nahmias

סנדי, חבר, מחנך ומורה אהוב - בתמונה:…


Added by Yossi Nahmias on December 30, 2010 at 12:00am — No Comments

The sense of doom in local photography (Palestinian and Israeli) - (תחושת הקץ בצילום המקומי (הישראלי והפלסטיני

... This is a blog post in progress, please add your pics to this thread.

Added by Yossi Nahmias on December 19, 2010 at 8:32pm — 2 Comments

Life is Elsewhere | Sohrab Hura - Eleanor Magazine

Outstanding work, breathtaking visual poetry: "My Life is Elsewhere is a journal of my life, my family, my love, my friends, my travels, my sheer need to experience all that is about to disappear and so in a way I’m attempting to connect my own life with the world that I see with a hope to find my reality in it. Life is Elsewhere is a book of…


Added by Yossi Nahmias on December 17, 2010 at 10:00pm — 2 Comments

The Atlas Group (1989-2004) - A Project by Walid Raad

The Elsewhereness No. 47 / June 11-17 10 /…


Added by Yossi Nahmias on June 19, 2010 at 2:00pm — 2 Comments

Sleepless in Gaza...& Jerusalem

"Sleepless in Gaza...and Jerusalem is a video diary about four young Palestinian women, Muslim and Christian, two living in Gaza and two in Arab Jerusalem/West Bank... Sleepless is Gaza...and Jerusalem documents how --as human beings -- these four Palestinians can also experience moments of personal and community achievement, and the warmth of friends and family… Continue

Added by Yossi Nahmias on March 27, 2010 at 4:00pm — 1 Comment

Photography and the Web: Design and Dissemination of Visual Content in New Media

A one day conference was held on February 2nd, 2010 at the Department of Photographic Communications, Hadassah College, Jerusalem.…


Added by Yossi Nahmias on February 4, 2010 at 7:30am — No Comments

How of all pictures depicting the terrible suffering caused to so...

many people this year, this alienated image was chosen ?!

Added by Yossi Nahmias on December 12, 2009 at 12:30pm — 5 Comments

Everything Is Ok / הכל בסדר

Source:… Continue

Added by Yossi Nahmias on October 31, 2009 at 10:52am — 1 Comment

Palestinian Women Photojournalists

Since I have been asked to give references to articles and books on women photographers in the region, here are some links and a partial bibliography on the issue:

"This Essay will focus on Palestinian women photojournalists working within the Palestinian territories... The difficult circumstances in Palestine facing journalists in the occupied West Bank and Gaza forced many media establishments to choose employing local journalists who know the nature of the area, besides minimizing… Continue

Added by Yossi Nahmias on July 27, 2009 at 12:30am — No Comments

A Yellow Submarine in Jerusalem

On behalf of the organizing committee, we are pleased to invite you all to the opening of the exhibition "all this & me" which will take place on Tuesday, July 7, 2009, 20:30 at the Yellow Submarine, Jerusalem.

Artists: Adva Guttel, Hila Vugman, Itzik Mor, Gali Gurevich, Sivan Nisdelsky, Naama Israel

Curators: Naama Israel, Hila Vugman

Details: Yellow Submarine HaRechavim St. 13, Talpiot





Added by Yossi Nahmias on June 28, 2009 at 12:33pm — No Comments

Photography Prize


Added by Yossi Nahmias on June 24, 2009 at 5:24pm — No Comments

After Katrina by Sigal Ben David on "Fuel Your Potography" magazine - Congrats!

New Orleans Post Katrina

By Sigal Ben David

"- - - On February 2007, I wandered through New Orleans. The streets were still scattered with debris, homes still deserted, left as they were the day they were abandoned. I found the dissonance of chaos and the exposure of intimate living quarters both aesthetic and disturbing. While walking on a thin line, between… Continue

Added by Yossi Nahmias on June 19, 2009 at 9:53am — No Comments

Ali Ali has been chosen for the WPP's MENA photojournalism training program!

Dear friends and colleagues,
It is with great pleasure that we can announce that our friend Ali is one of the 15 selected participants for the Middle East and North Africa - MENA photojournalism training program.
Congratulations Ali!

Added by Yossi Nahmias on May 27, 2009 at 5:30pm — No Comments

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