Israeli Photographer Roi Kuper

Israeli Photographer
Roi Kuper

Monday, October 12
6 pm
Tipton Hall
$5 general | $2.5 students/seniors/sfai members


from Kuper's project "War Situation"

Roi Kuper is an Israeli photographer who is a visiting lecturer at UNM this fall. Kuper’s current body of work deals with the difficult socio- political situation in Israel. Please join us for his talk, “War Situations” to hear Kuper discuss his photographic career and his recent work about how he sees the conflict through his lens.

Born in 1956, Israeli photographer Roi Kuper has been working since the mid 1980’s in the photographic medium, philosophically exploring and investigating its nature both in black and white and in color work. His work is included in the collections of the Tate Modern, London, the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, the Herzliya Museum of Art, , as well as in private collections in Israel and abroad.

Roi Kuper is also a prominent teacher both at Bezalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem, and at Camera Obscura School of Art, Tel Aviv.

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