For us mediterraneans, fasting is usually a celebration but most of the time it’s a bad idea, as bad as my partner asking me to detox for a week. This time I’m exaggerating, this wasn’t one of those Old City Ramadan occasions, where the smell of fresh bread and pickled stuff and stuffed pickles assaults […]Read more "Easter in Kefalonia"
The end of 2016 was my first encounter with a part of the world that was always far away, not geographically but borders and labels and all. Stateless with an Israeli travel document, I’ve never even met people from my own region. Working with the United Nations offered me that experience when I got an […]Read more "In Irbil"
Daily life photography in everyday scenery in the midst of New York city, “ yes the most photographed city in the world”. All the way from my flat in Brooklyn to Queens, Manhattan and even the suburbs. Fun point to start with, so if you don’t know yet, I’m Palestinian – born and raised in […]Read more "One year in New York City – documenting, trying to be on time, and keeping sane"
Ramallah; Urban dementia. Work under progress. Ramallah, Palestine. Spring 2016 ©Alaa GhoshehRead more "Ramallah; urban dementia"
The Day of Muhammad’s Funeral This has been the daily situation every day in East Jerusalem and other occupied areas since Muhammad Abu Khdeir had been found burned alive in the Jerusalem forest. The killing of Muhammad was as retaliation for the murder of the three Isreali settlers. These photos were taken on Friday the […]Read more "Muhammad’s Funeral"