TOKYO-2018 Book / Documentary

It'S A Long Way Home

  • Prize
    Gold in Book/Documentary
  • Company
    Ssp Press
  • Photographer
    Amir Lavon
  • Technical Info
    Lumix Lx100 Fixed Lend 17 F2.8
  • Photo Date
    2018 yearly project

"I will start from Ethiopia in the section of amputation," from a certain age when you expect and imagine and dream and your hopes is to be like, and your dream is embroidered according to the knowledge you have from the environment from the day you were born. And one day they came and uprooted us and the dream faded away. In the State of Israel, the dream faded because of everything that happened to it and to the community in the Land of Israel: a crusade, the "sign of Cain" Negroes, evil and racism, type D, diseases, dreamers and not dreamers. In Israel, after all the beatings in Sudan, the

"The main thing for me is that I'm happy that I've been able to work as a professional photographer. What is at the core of my work is, in essence," a meditation on being a human being". Amir Lavon was born in the Israel and studied photography at the pck of Fine and media Arts, graduating in 2005. In 2014 he received his BFA at Ohalo College. At Moma art School of art and curating, he studied curating and collecting photography, urban photography, and the issue of seeing a photo. Amir began photographing as a freelancer in 2005. His work from Israel, Europe and other countries attracted the a