Ceremonies and rituals that I have photographed

The photographer Eitan Elhadaz documented different and diverse ceremonies and rituals throughout Israel.

The majority is unknown to the general public, and reflects traditions, culture, and different approaches to life.

Elhadaz's camera shifts from ceremonies performed by the Free Masons to an alternative Kabbalat Shabbat, to ceremonies performed by the Shaman community, a memorial service for those killed in Circassian genocide, and a clandestine Indian tea ceremony.

The photographer's personal voyage opens before us a window to unfamiliar groups and events and inspires interest and a desire to know more.


Curator: Kineret Palti

Closes: March 30, 2016