Nino Herman’s photographs displayed in the series Notes from Tel Aviv look like scenes taken out of a movie whose director pays attention to the most minute of screenplay details. In fact, without the photographer’s slightest intervention, they document a fascinating human mosaic of beautiful, young people, fashionable Tel Aviv hipsters and party lovers, alongside foreign workers, peddlers, refugees, drug addicts and others from the margins of society. All of these are set in the narrow, dusty, somewhat neglected streets of South Tel Aviv. These are captured moments of human intimacy, fragments of encounters between people and their surroundings. The photographs radiate so much love and warmth...
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