Artist Dorit Jordan Dotan, born in 1961, lives in Haifa, Israel. She is a graphic designer, photographer, illustrator and peace activist.
In her various fields of work, she documents with her camera the multiculturalism and political conflicts in Israeli society. In addition, she works with abstract and panoramic photography.
A substantial part of Dorit's documentary photography was created during her participation in social-political activities such as photos taken at an Israeli-Palestinian olive harvest, documentation of the anti-draft refusniks, anti-Occupation demonstrations and more.
In her first photography book, Dorit has chosen some of her favorite photographs from 2004-2008.
Born in 1961, Israeli-German artist Dorit Jordan Dotan lives in Haifa, Israel. For over 25 years, she has run an independent graphic design studio. Most of her clients are non-profit Israeli-Palestinian organizations active in peace, co-existence, women’s issues and human rights. She has created an impressive body of documentary and fine art images and photographs, including architectural, textural and urban genres. As a long-time participant in many social change activities, her role as a documentary photographer has brought her photographs and designs to the wider Israeli public. Her photographs have been published in Israeli online news and have been used for publications, brochures, and posters of non-governmental organizations all over Israel. Her work has been exhibited in the USA, Israel and Europe.
JERUSALEM Published December 19, 2014
Shlomo's Bar-Mitzvah Published January 12, 2011
Stephanie's Shower Published August 31, 2010
Reflection Published August 30, 2009