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The Corona Time: Israeli And International Photographer Amir Khodorov Is Documenting Tel Aviv Slowly Returning To Life

The Corona Time: Israeli And International Photographer Amir Khodorov Is Documenting Tel Aviv Slowly Returning To Life

The Israeli and International Photographer’s Unique Photography Series, Former Pilot Amir Khodorov of the Corona:

The Corona Time: Israeli And International Photographer Amir Khodorov Is Documenting Tel Aviv Slowly Returning To Life

“As an artist who deals a lot with urban work and people’s movement, I went out in recent months to roam the streets of Tel Aviv and the routine days present homely people.

The Corona Time: Israeli And International Photographer Amir Khodorov Is Documenting Tel Aviv Slowly Returning To Life

The days I roamed the streets were flooded with emotion. The sadness and feeling of emptiness was mostly watching me in the Magen David Square in Allenby, where the mixing of characters and people flooded with a special “energy” in some way, and the colorful chairs left me feeling a pinch.

The Corona Time: Israeli And International Photographer Amir Khodorov Is Documenting Tel Aviv Slowly Returning To Life


Now I keep documenting Tel Aviv slowly returning to normal life.

The Corona Time: Israeli And International Photographer Amir Khodorov Is Documenting Tel Aviv Slowly Returning To Life


We are all hoping that the Corona episode will make our minds go crazy

The Corona Time: Israeli And International Photographer Amir Khodorov Is Documenting Tel Aviv Slowly Returning To Life
The Corona Time: Israeli And International Photographer Amir Khodorov Is Documenting Tel Aviv Slowly Returning To Life
The Corona Time: Israeli And International Photographer Amir Khodorov Is Documenting Tel Aviv Slowly Returning To Life


Artist Website: Amirchodorov.com

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