Karen Gillerman-Harel 1970 —


( b. 1970 Tel Aviv, Israel)

Gillerman-Harel completed her studies at SVA NY in Documentary Photography and University of London , Goldsmith's College in Media and Communication. Works by Karen Gillerman Harel have been exhibited widely including the Tel Aviv University Art Gallery; Kennedy Center, Washington DC and The Warhol Factory (Dec.2004

Past & Future in our Hands, was the winning photo of an artistic expression given to the Israeli flag for Israel's 60th Independence day. With great sensitivity and meaning, Karen has captured Dora Dreiblatt An Auchwitz Holocaust survivor born 1922 in Poland and her great-granddaughter Daniela Har - Zvi born 2007 in Israel, following a photo of 4 generations, to show the past and future of the Israeli Nation and people.


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Past and Future in our Hands

Past and Future in our Hands
Chromogenic print

19.6 x 27.5 50 x 75 cm

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