Guez’s photographs come from the work he began in 2009 creating the first Christian-Palestine archive in Israel.
Like their Muslim neighbours, Palestinian Christians were ethnically cleansed from their homes in 1948 in the areas that became Israel.
Guez’s work is also about those who remained in the country if not in their original homes. He began with his own family albums and their personal testimonies.
Dor Guez is set to discuss his work with Achim Borchardt-Hume, Head of Exhibitions at Tate Modern on 20 April, 12 noon, in the Mosaic Rooms in London.
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