photographs and fractured glass by Nina Glaser

I spent my formative years in Israel, and served in the Israeli army during wartime. This experience has given me a different perspective and urgency about the world and human nature. more about the artist

 
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My work has always explored relationships in some way, while not focusing on any particular era or event; I am more concerned with our timeless conflicts and yearnings. I use allegories about human nature, at times inspired by myths to tell stories.

I spent my formative years in Israel, and served in the Israeli army during wartime. This experience has given me a different perspective and urgency about the world and human nature.  
My work has always explored relationships in some way, while not focusing on any particular era or event; I am more concerned with our timeless conflicts and yearnings. I use allegories about human nature, at times inspired by myths to tell stories. Thanks to my previous career as a B&W fine-arts photographer, I am now able to incorporate figures from my own imagery into this new medium, allowing me to tell new stories, with new meanings, and in brilliant colors.