Natan Dvir Joins Anastasia Photo

Anastasia Photo is pleased to announce Israeli photographer Natan Dvir has joined the gallery.

Amona, 2006, Israeli border policemen scuffle with young Jewish settlers as they enter the West Bank settlement of Amona to destroy nine illegal buildings. From the series, Belief.

Natan has received numerous awards for his photographs and his work has been widely exhibited and collected and has been published in major print and online publications. Natan offers unique insight into the people and places he photographs. Read more about Natan and view his portfolio on Anastasia Photo.

See some of Natan’s recent work in the group show,”Occupy Wall Street: A Photographic Document.” This exhibition is part of a major re-opening of the South Street Seaport Museum in New York City, January 25, 6:30 – 8:30, rsvp@seany.org.

Aseel, Umm Al Fahm, 2009, Aseel Mahajne (18) in her bedroom in Umm Al-Fahm. From the series, Eighteen. 
Night is Falling, 2008, A displaced man looks at the view of ‘Esfuerzos De Paz’ neighborhood in Medellin as night falls allowing para-military militants to operate. From the series, Displaced.
Angulo Ramirez Family, 2008,  Members of the displaced Angulo Ramirez family in the space they live in above the Condoto market. From the series,  Displaced.

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