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Child's touch


Child's touch Photograph

Yaakov Herevon


Photography, Color on Paper

Size: 39.4 W x 29.5 H x 0.1 D in

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About The Artwork

Holding the brush and seeing the color in the eyes of a small child holding a brush in his hands for the first time

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Photography:Color on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:39.4 W x 29.5 H x 0.1 D in

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Solo Exhibitions' Subject "Measure of Closeness"- A closer look at the nature of things To this day my injury during military service in Gaza influences the way I perceives and captures objects with my camera. My resulting impairment -- tubular vision -- has given birth to a wealth of close-up photos of surroundings familiar to us all. My exhibitions present us with photos that capture and eternalize momentary glimpses of outdoor Urban Nature. In each picture we get to see a detail or a special photographic angle which drew my attention. Like me, also you the viewers experience through these pictures a new and different view of Nature and the urban nature, one which is not self-evident. These close-up photos resemble a kind of penetration into the privacy of these objects, yielding diverse interpretations, sometimes even far from the original. This is strengthened by the fact that the photos have not undergone any kind of computer photo editing. Besides the sharp colors and the small details that are so prominent in my photos, I also manage to preserve moments of human experience: growth, passion, humor, withering and sorrow, moments which remind us of the greatness of closeness. Through my exhibitions, I want to remind us, "How much a person loses as he races forward towards the horizon". Furthermore, I prove to you that in the closeness created between you and the objects, things are not revealed to the eye but to the heart. I learned photography mainly by self-study from books and by trial and error in the field. I exhibited in solo exhibitions and several group exhibitions.

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