Miki Kratsman (b. 1959, Buenos Aires) lives and works in Tel Aviv, and is among Israel’s senior photographers. Kratsman spent many years working with the journalist Gideon Levy documenting the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in their joint column ‘Twilight Zone’ published in the daily Ha’aretz. Kratsman is known for his sensitivity toward the subjects of his photographs; his series Displaced documents the Negev Bedouin in the south of the country with whom Kratsman spent a month. Kratsman has held numerous solo exhibitions in Israel and abroad and has participated in countless group exhibitions. His works belong to important international collections. He is the recipient of the Ministry of Education, Culture, and Sport Prize, the Emet Prize for Art, Science and Culture, and the 2013 Pundak Prize. Kratsman served as head the department of photography at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem.
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