Sasha Tamarin, Photographer, b. 1986 in Moscow, earned his Bachelor in Photography Communication from Hadassah College, Jerusalem. Currently lives and works in Tel-Aviv.
In the past period, he strolls in the suburban cities of Tel-Aviv, observing landscape architecture, social fashions, domestic attributes and typological elements.
His photographs are often identified with celebration of shapes and colours, which ask to glorify the beauty in the “Kitsch” culture and to question the definition of a “Bad Taste”. Sasha’s work is exhibited in a various, often experimental formats, as self published magazines, large scale prints and postcards. In 2012, Sasha has self published an artist book (When the earth rises, Edition of 100), which is available now in various book stores & online.
Sasha is also running an online photography magazine with a funny name: www.thegarlicbread.com in partnership with Yoav Peled (Israel) and Sapir Hubermann (Germany).
Tamarin has won prizes and scholarships and his work was exhibited in the Saatchi Gallery, London (2012) and in other galleries in Israel and abroad.