Gabriela Gleizer is a documentary photographer in her fourth and final year of a photography degree at Bezalel Academy of Arts & Design in Jerusalem. Gabriela’s work is a documentation of the social matters that she encounters on a daily basis living in Jerusalem. For this, Gabriela’s second feature in the magazine, we are showcasing a series entitled ‘Jerusalem Day’.

“Jerusalem Day is an Israeli national holiday commemorating the reunification of Jerusalem and the establishment of Israeli control over the Old City in the aftermath of the June 1967 Six-Day War where lots of men lost their lives. This day is celebrated with parades and The Jerusalem Day Flag March, led by predominantly religious Zionist teenagers decked in white and blue, the colours of the Israeli flag, singing and dancing in colourful costumes as they march from the centre of the new city to the Old City. Along with the controversy of this day, I focus on people that come to Jerusalem from different parts of the country to celebrate the holiday, along with locals and people working and securing the event.”

Enjoy…

A photograph by Gabriela Gleizer as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Gabriela Gleizer as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Gabriela Gleizer as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Gabriela Gleizer as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Gabriela Gleizer as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Gabriela Gleizer as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Gabriela Gleizer as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

A photograph by Gabriela Gleizer as published in Photo/Foto Magazine

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