Photography // Thursday, June 19, 2014
Irina Rozovsky traveled to Israel for the first time with the arguably impossible goal of photographing from a neutral perspective. Her intention was to produce pictures that would subvert viewer’s preconceived ideas about the country, while honoring the natural aesthetic of the region. Rozovsky’s photographs succeed in their ability to artistically function as neither an anxious tourist, nor politically driven journalist. The series resulted in her book, One to Nothing.