On the walls of this New York gallery’s stand, visitors will find photographs by: Ilit Azoulay, an Israeli artist whose works oscillate between the miniature and the gigantic; Michael Benari, who shoots mainly urban landscapes; and the Russian photojournalist Pavel Wolberg, who has lived for some time in Tel Aviv.
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