For the past 17 years, the Uruguayan photojournalist Quique Kierszenbaum has photographed the daily life, history and religions in Jerusalem. In the exhibition Jerusalén, 3 historias, on view at the Centro de Fotografia in Montevideo, Kierszenbaum documents the city in black-and-white and color through the stories of those who live there.
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