• Daniel Tchetchik Dark Waters
  • Daniel Tchetchik Dark Waters
  • Daniel Tchetchik Dark Waters
  • Daniel Tchetchik Dark Waters
  • Daniel Tchetchik Dark Waters
  • Daniel Tchetchik Dark Waters

Daniel Tchetchik Dark Waters

From the 1990s, millions have embarked on journeys across the Mediterranean Sea, with hope to reach safe havens in Europe. Dark Waters, inspired by personal stories of refugees who have lost loved ones at sea, presents a story that goes far beyond a documentation of the current crisis and into the realms of the metaphorical representation of the sea and of water. It is the nature of water to oppose the rigidity of borders, with open horizons brimming with opportunity. Dark Waters is ultimately a reflection of the power of human hope, whether it materializes, or was in vain. Daniel Tchetchik, staff photographer and chief editor of the photography blog at Haaretz Newspaper, divides his time between personal projects and documentary assignments. His work has been featured in The New Yorker, Süddeutsche Zeitung, VICE Magazine, BURN magazine, among others. He was twice nominated for Prix Pictet.


Hardcover 24 x 30 cm 104 pages 9 color and 53 duotone illustrations English Available ISBN 978-3-86828-957-2 2019

Texts:

Ari Folman, Jason Straziuso, Nicola Trezzi

Design:

Kehrer Design


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Exhibitions

Almacen Cultural Center
Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel
From 29.10.2019

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