Photographer Elad David focuses on the Male (Israel)

Photographer Elad David was born in Jerusalem and has been living and working in Tel Aviv since 2003.  He graduated from Minshar School of Arts, he holds a B.A. in Arts and Social Sciences. As a professional photographer, Elad specializes in fashion, portraiture and PR photography.

In his photographs and projects, Elad deals with, among other subjects, imagery from a personal place, relating to events from his past and present.  His work touches on various subjects from gender, family and surroundings to adolescence, photographer-illustrated relations and more.  Elad often integrates personal texts related to the photography.

Many of Elad’s photographs are portraits of males and most of them include artistic male nudity.  These photographs aim to question the relationship between the photographer and his illustrated subject and the willingness of the subject, as well as the photographer, to expose themselves while being part of the same photograph.  Most of his artistic nude works are directed and possess the aesthetics of clean and minimal studio photography.

Elad David hopes to reach others who can share and identify with the artistic experience he is trying to create.  Visit Elad David’s Facebook page to learn more.

 

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