During the past five years, Erez Kaganovitz, a Tel Aviv photojournalist and the human behind Humans of Tel Aviv had documented the lives of Tel Aviv residents he meets on the streets. Through photographs, interviews and a large social media presence, Erez offers an inside look into the rich and diverse lives of the people of Tel Aviv while showcasing Israel’s vibrant, multi-cultural society. What Erez loves most about this project is that it reaches others, not through his own ideas, but through the photographs and stories which speak for themselves. Sixth floor conference room.
Pre-registration required. Space is limited.
This lunch and learn is generously supported by the Rose and Sidney N. Shure Kehilla Program. Funding for Humans of Tel Aviv is made possible by the generous support of Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago.