Through his work on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Marcos Muniz offers a poetic vision of life flowing through the streets of Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Bethlehem. Without concealing the dramatic character of the conflict taking place in Israel, the photographer presents an allegorical report which, through the religious symbols and figures of war, reflects the social reality of two peoples living side by side.
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