|International Fotobook Festival, Kassel
June 1-5, 2011
"Tel Aviv at 100" pre-selected for Book Dummy Award
Juried by Jeffrey Ladd, John Gossage, Gabriele Goetz, Andreas Muehler-Pohle, Oliver Seltmann and Markus Schaden.
"Continuum", Intervention Gallery, London
March 12- April 17, 2011
"Tel Aviv 2008-2010" Solo Exhibit, Ha Midrasha School of Art
October 21-November 21 2010
Curated by Noa Ben Shalom
Art of Photography Show, Lyceum Theatre, San Diego
Juried by Natasha Egan, Curator of the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago
August 28-November 7
16th Juried Exhibit, Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA
Juried by Joerg Colberg, editor of Conscientious
June 30-August 29
"In Review" Group Exhibit, Gallery 339, Philadelphia.
June 18 - September 4. Press Release.
"Tel Aviv at 100" Solo Exhibit, Walter Keller Gallery, Zurich.
April 29 - June 12, 2010. Press Release.
Photonews Magazine, May 2010 Issue.
2 page spread and short essay (PDF download).
Click here for the English translation.
Black and White Magazine Merit Award, Special Portfolio Issue, Summer 2010.
Five images from my "Wall Art" series were published in a two-page spread of B&W's special portfolio issue.
Center for Fine Art Photography, Portfolio Showcase Vol.4
Curated by Katherine Ware, Photography Curator of the New Mexico Museum of Art. Book and online exhibit. Book Launch and Reception will take place at the Center on May 8.
Click through: Page 1, Page2, Page 3, Page 4.
"Stepping back from the urban flow, Gabriel Benaim views his city from above, revealing the sinuous lines and muscular patterns that form the armature of life in contemporary Tel Aviv." See Juror's Statement Here.
Center for Fine Art Photography, "Elements of Water" exhibit
Curated by John Paul Caponigro.
2009 Photolucida Critical Mass Finalist
Photolucida, Portland, Oregon
Review of "Tel Aviv at 100" on DLK Collection
"There is an evident newness to Benaim's view of the city, an aspirational optimism and defiant spirit that is somehow different and less overtly critical than the American photography tradition he is drawing on. "
Onward '09 Juried Exhibit
Curated by Peter Barberie, Photography Curator of the Philadelphia Museum of Art