Sharon Gabay is a Jerusalem-based photographer and artist that captures Jerusalem in a unique way, highlighting small moments of interaction that tell the stories of the city in a way that is rarely seen. Join Sharon for a guided tour of his photo exhibit which features street photographs taken in Jerusalem that demonstrate the human diversity, co-existence, and the everyday people who are building a wonderful texture of peace in a complex city. Enjoy a farm-to-table brunch with ocean views over a dynamic discussion moderated by Leichtag Foundation’s Executive Vice President Charlene Seidle about the creativity among Jerusalemites, their passion for their city, and how things aren’t always what they seem.
Join us on the Farm House Lawn, tickets are pay-what-you-can valued at $18/person.
About the Photographer:
Sharon Gabay, a 15th generation Jerusalemite, is an award-winning art and street photographer. Sharon has published five photography books and shown a wide variety of solo exhibitions. In Israel, his photos have been on display at the Knesset (Israeli parliament), Ammunition Hill, the Central Congress Center, the “Yes Planet” art complex, the “Alliance” art complex and more. Sharon’s work has also been shown in North America at Capitol Hill, Kandy Gallery in Montreal, and the United Nations. Sharon places an emphasis on Jerusalem’s multi-cultural inhabitants and diverse way of life.