I was born in Moscow, Russia, in 1967. Photography became one of my interests at an early age, when the magic of print developing fascinated my imagination. Throughout the school years and later in university, the leisure of taking pictures turned into an outlet for artistic impulses of a mathematician. After moving to Israel in 1991, I met with unfamiliar realities, with completely new urban and nature landscapes, but also with several like-minded people. This setting pushed me to start to think about how to quit picture-taking and to begin making photographs.
People and Places
Jerusalem. Dead Sea. Following the “Klipa Aduma” festival, 2008
Farewell party at the Dead Sea.
Jerusalem. Uli Boker
Uli Boker was born 1939 in Germany; Survived Hitler’s Reich in a Catholic Orphanage.
Began work as a Freelance Photographer after High School. Lived and worked in Algeria, Morocco, Ireland (for “Daily Reports”), Spain, Mexico and U.S.A.
Worked 10 years as a Fashion and Advertising Photographer in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Exhibited his works in Germany, Mexico, Spain and Israel.
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