Large-scale, staged color photographs by this Tel Aviv artist paint a collective portrait of a fictional Israeli village whose inhabitants live in pastoral serenity that nonetheless seems edged by a vague sense of anxiety. Given the Middle Eastern setting, it's not hard to understand why.
Adi Nes, "The Village"
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