The Shortest history of this country: For many years, while commuting from Long Island to Manhattan I would admire one of the most fascinating landscapes: Unifying the headstones of an old European cemetery in Queens with the beautiful Manhattan skyscrapers in the distance. It seemed that almost no one else paid attention to the beauty of the City as viewed through the Old World cemetery. The massive ancient headstones paired with shiny skyscrapers in the distance illustrate the perfect mix of harmony and the chaos that makes up a city. Here you can see the shortest history of the most fascinated and the most hated country in the world.
London: Today’s skyscrapers are seen through monumental “skyscrapers from the past” (Calvary cemetery on Queens, NYC). The billboard advertising flights to London placed on the middle of cemetery seems to suggest the culture open circle between the new and old lands were the culture came from few centuries ago.
Silence: I allowed myself to share with you my most personal pieces of Art. Related to the 9/11 tragedy This unique picture shows a symbolic grave of a beauty which was destroyed by fanaticism. It’s impossible to reflect on this photos without thinking about what happened after its taking. My artwork does not show the tragedy itself but instead it touches the monumental base of 9/11 tragedy.
Waiting for God-ot: This unique photograph represents “God-ot of the 21st Century” an absurdist play, in which two characters wait endlessly and in vain for arrival of someone not present. Do we know already what for we were waiting here in this country?
Crowed control: is the controlling of a crowed, to prevent the outbreak of disorder and prevent of possible riot.
Breathless: That’s Manhattan.
Strawberry Fields Forever: is a song by the English rock band the Beatles. The song was written by John Lennon and credited to the Lennon–McCartney songwriting partnership. It was inspired by Lennon’s memories of playing in the garden of Strawberry Field, a Salvation Army children’s home near where he grew up in Liverpool.
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