Activestills: Photography as Protest in Palestine/Israel
Activestills Photography as Protest in Palestine Israel
Photographers joined the struggle in 2005 to stop Israel from building the West Bank occupation wall in the Palestinian town of Bil’in. These photographers then formed a group called Activestills, whose work has become a vital source of documentation about Israel’s occupation. The book Activestills: Photography as Protest in Palestine/Israel examines this group’s actions and experiences through essays, commentaries, and striking photographs. Purchase the book here or borrow the book from your local library here.

Category: BOOKS

Title: ed. Vered Maimon and Shiraz Grinbaum, Activestills: Photography as Protest in Palestine/Israel, 2016

Date of publication: December 2016

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