citation from Noam Gal photography curator of the Israel Museum Jerusalem :
" The portraits and families photos of Reli Avrahami are carved in the Israeli collective memory and accompany the view of the Israeli society of itself. The photographer-artist, active since the mid-80's, is counted with the elite journalism photographers in Israel. She puts in front of her camera people and faces from every social class, age, sex and origin, and captures them with persistent loyalty to her esthetic agenda. Whether if it's in her Israeli family documentation project, or in other projects where she took pictures of young kids sell flowers at the side of the roads, or people accompany their beloved ones by the bed at Ichilov hospital- Avrahami is determined to implement the fundamentals principles of social photography/ every photo is followed with biographical details of the object, and every image she makes is an important report about life in Israel these days."