All about Us.

Photogarphs by Miki Kratsman.
Sternberg Press, Berlin/New York, 2011. 102 pp., 56 black & white illustrations, 6½x9¼".

Publisher's Description
Argentine-Israeli photographer Miki Kratsman uses his camera to make daring and original explorations of the human condition in one of the most complicated situations on earth: the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. This heartbreaking catalog presents Kratsman’s photographs taken when he lived in the Negev desert with the Bedouins, a minority of the Arab minority in Israel. Kratsman documents the forced evacuation of the Bedouins from their homes and the subsequent demolition of their village by the Israeli government. Awarded the 2011 Robert Gardener Fellowship in Photography by the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Kratsman makes images that surpass ordinary socio-documentary work.

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