A collection of Black and White photographs taken between 2007 to 2010 in Switzerland, Israel, England and France.
The pictures involve a mixture of live performance (dance, circus and music), portraits and scenery. Originally exhibited at Pangea Project (London, UK) in May and June 2010.
All C-type prints on Matt Fuji Crystal Archive paper.
Professionally framed in London with traditional black wooden frame (1cm deep, 2cm wide), white
window mount (5cm wide) and glass. Mirror plates / D-rings and cord are installed for hanging.
All artworks are signed. Limited editions are also numbered.
Title: "Ayal Benin" (2007)
This award-winning photograph of my young brother Ayal (1st place National Geographic, Summer 2007) was taken on May 20, 2007 which was the World Gitis Day.
What seems to be a Rugby ball is actually a Frisbee and this particular catch is called a Gitis.
Frisbee players from all over the world take pictures of their Gitis and post it online each May 20th.
Edition size: 10
Size: framed 51.5cm x 38cm (print 37cm x 24.5cm)
Price: Tends to change according to my mood (original 2010 exhibition price was £220).
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Since this print is mounted, it would make shipping outside the UK too expensive. This print is only available for UK shipping or pick up from my London studio (E9 5EN). Please get in touch to coordinate after purchasing: email@example.com.For more available discounted prints check out the Exhibition Display Discounted Prints section on the shop or head to this Dropbox folder with an updated inventory.