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Nathan Miller
Somewhere in Jaffa

June 27, 2014 , written by manager

In his latest body of work SOMEWHERE IN JAFFA, Israeli born Australian photographerNathan Miller captures with great sensitivity the visually captivating environs and atmosphere of the Israeli city of Jaffa, along with the rhythms of daily life there from the perspective of its diverse population.

He presents us with a nuanced portrait of a part of the world of which we have very little real understanding. Most significantly, Nathan challenges pre-conceptions and clichéd assumptions regarding the life of Arabs and Jews within Israel. This body of work reflects on Arabs and Jews living in one community.

The photographs are accompanied by trilingual (English, Hebrew and Arabic) texts by Nathan and by Jaffa born Arab – Israeli social and political activist, Asma Agbarieh-Zahalka.

Published by M.33, Melbourne, 2014
112 pages
244x 244 mm
Essay by Asma Agbarieh-Zahalka
Edited by Helen Frajman
Designed by Jason McQuoid
Hard Cover – $45.45 (+ gst within Australia)



  From   2014-06-01
  To    2014-09-01



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Nathan (Natti) Miller

Nathan (Natti) Miller is Melbourne photographer, originally from Tel Aviv, Israel. Nathan’s interest lies in the visual storytelling of people and places with a vivid cultural identity. His extensive travels across the globe have prov...

Nathan Miller
Somewhere in Jaffa

Israeli photographer Nathan Miller lived in close proximity to the port city of Jaffa for more than 20 years. As a young man in Tel Aviv, Miller rarely gave this ancient city a thought; he was more interested in seeing the world, than exploring his own backyard and spent years tr...