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וְכָךְ לָקַח לִי שִׁשִּׁים שָׁנָה תְּמִימוֹת עַד שֶׁהֵבַנְתִּי, כִּי הַמַּיִם הֵם הַטּוֹב שֶׁבַּמַּשְׁקָאוֹת, וְכִי הַלֶּחֶם הוּא הַטָּעִים בַּמַאֲכָלִים, וְכִי אֵין עֵרֶך אֲמִתִּי לְאָמָּנוּת כָּלְשֶׁהִי אֶלָּא אִם תַּחְדִּיר מְעַט אשֶׁר לְלֵב הָאָדָם. / טאהא מוחמד עלי מערבית: סלמאן מצאלחה יולי 2011


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https://www.ninoherman.com/


http://www.artbeat.co.il/Eng/israeli-artists
Works as an independent press photographer alongside artistic photography that documents people and nature. Herman: " My art deals with people: their existential situation, the conditions of their life, their feelings, and their relationships."


America -Isreal Cultural Foundation

https://www.aicf.org/artists/visual-arts/


Nino Herman, Café Albi ISRAEL

http://www.loeildelaphotographie.com/en/2016/12/31/article/159931145/nino-herman-cafe-albi/


MOVEMENT BY 44 DEGREES ONLINE ART MAGAZINE‏

https://issuu.com/44degrees/docs/44degrees-2017-movement/12







More About Me


I have been practicing photography my whole life. As a photographer for the Government Press Agency, I accompanied state leaders and documented their public lives as well as their privet ones. For the daily newspaper “Maariv”, I covered a wide range of themes within the Israeli day to day life.


In the early 80’s my wife and I were amongst the founding families of Nataf, a small village in the Judean Hills, west of Jerusalem. In those days construction was done slowly, but with a lot of persistence and enthusiasm by the evolving community. A tragedy struck the family when my son Yair was killed in 2000. His death made me question what others might have taken for granted. After the incident I did not photograph for over 10 years. I sought tranquility, and perhaps a reason to move on.


In the past few years I’ve been documenting the local community of Florentine, Tel Aviv. I find inspiration and charm in the simplest things in life. Photography embodies more than the final image. It is a platform to create, connect and develop a relationship of trust. The creative process is an influential tool which enables me to express a feeling, deliver an idea and reach all sorts of people. During the photographic process I ask for the subject’s trust. The precious time of loss of self consciousness is what I’m always thriving to capture. Only then the observer is able to share and fully experience these magical moments.



My photography blog, “Nino Herman: Spaces within the Heart”, allows me to maintain a constant dialogue with the world. It is an on-going exhibition which engages directly with the public, and promotes a dialogue to be developed. The blog constantly makes me realize that there is no day but today. 




http://eretz.com/wordpress/blog/2016/01/28/focus-on-the-heart/ 







The online art magazine presents, an impressive body of work of contemporary art in various fields and dedicated to promoting Israeli artists.







http://issuu.com/44degrees/docs/44degrees5-2014 







the new issue - BLACK & WHITE of the online art magazine 44 DEGREES and it free to view.

The online art magazine 44 DEGREES presents, an impressive body of work of contemporary art in various fields and dedicated to promoting Israeli artists. The magazine presents works from a variety of techniques to sculpture, glass, painting, photography, printmaking, digital painting, etc. 

You can make direct contact with the artist by clicking on his e-mail address.











































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