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Israeli photographer Erez Kaganovitz poses for a photo in front of his “Humans of Tel Aviv” photography collection, which is on display at the JCC. Photos Courtesy of Lynn Renee
Israeli photographer Erez Kaganovitz talks over his 36-piece photography exhibit called “Humans of Tel Aviv,” which is now on display at the JCC. Photos Courtesy of Lynn Renee
Zoe Engels, Editorial Intern
3:11 am CDT June 19, 2019
The grandchildren of a Holocaust survivor, a young boy guffawing in the arms of his nanny and a dog wearing a lion’s mane — these are the faces of Tel Aviv, captured in a 36-piece photograph collection by Israeli photographer Erez Kaganovitz.