Ariel Caine (b. 1979, Israel) is a photographer, whose work observes architectural constructions and elements, tracing the ideologies and practices behind their realization. Caine uses his camera to examine the connections between old and new, changes in the urban layout around buildings, and history and urbanization processes. Yet it is not only the architectonic shifts that appear in Caine’s photographs, but also changes in his personal life – his living and working environment has a direct effect on his works and many times appears in them. Caine holds a BFA and a MFA from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem.
Related exhibitions: The Towering Inferno, Potent Wilderness
Further information: http://www.arielcaine.com/