Born in Russia in 1979, Lev Ilirov followed his mother who had chosen to emigrate to Israel as many other Russians did during the 1990’s.
Scenes from everyday life taken from a personal diary create the history of an amiably weaved existence. Mikaela Zyss obtained carte blanche from the well known Serge Aboukrat Gallery to exhibit the work of this newcomer of photographic expression.
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