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"Knowledge is a great power for change. The first step towards multiculturalism and respect among different Humans is to get a better understanding about the unique culture and values that every different facet of Humanity holds. By telling the life stories of different Humans from different backgrounds, Humans of Tel Aviv is trying to change (even a little) the way we are all seeing one another."

Inspired by the widely popular blog Humans of New York, Israeli photojournalist Erez Kaganovitz founded Humans of Tel Aviv in 2012. The project aims to show the authentic cultural and human diversity of Tel Aviv and the country of Israel. Tel Aviv is by far one of the most multicultural cities in the world.

join us for a reception & artist talk

Join us for a gallery reception with the artist on April 25! Following the reception, Erez Kaganovitz will discuss his project Humans of Tel Aviv.  Listen as Erez shares what he has learned after photographing over 1,000 life stories. The amazing social fabric of Tel Aviv will be unraveled for you by the life stories of the different Humans who participated in this project. This event is FREE and open to the public, but we ask that you RSVP.

Contact Yoni Doron, Community Shaliach, at (402) 490-1468 or

Humans of tel aviv - the traveling exhibit

Following the showing at the JCC Gallery, Humans of Tel Aviv will be making its way around the greater Omaha area, showing in different venues, coffee shops and art galleries. Follow us as we expose more and more people to this fantastic exhibit. Invite your friends to see this first hand!

UPCOMING exhibit locations & Events


May 1st – UNO
May 10th – Urban Abbey Church and Coffee Shop
June – Howling Hounds Coffee Shop
September – Sozo Coffee Shop
October – Creighton University Student Center
November – Star Deli Restaurant in Benson


March – No More Empty Cups Coffee Shop