Yael Ben-Zion
Lens Magazine|August 2020
5683 miles away
5683 miles is the distance between Tel Aviv and New York. From this distance, Yael Ben-Zion has been looking back at her homeland, considering the meaning of normal life in this charged place. In repeated visits to Israel, Ben-Zion created nuanced and layered images that capture the texture of Israelis' day-to-day life.

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