Tamar Granovsky was born in Israel, grew up in Canada, and has been living in the United States since 1995. She is a Boston-based photographer.
Her work focuses on capturing small truths, with the aim of drawing a visual and emotional map of people and place. She is committed to long term projects which allow her to deeply explore a particular locale and find what reveals itself.
Tamar has been included in various juried group exhibitions including the 5th Biennial of Fine Art and Documentary Photography in Barcelona, Photography Now 2017, at the Center for Photography in Woodstock, and the 22nd Juried Show: Peter Urban Legacy Exhibition at the Griffin Museum.
Prior to her career as a photographer Tamar had several solo and group exhibitions in mixed media sculpture installation, in Canada, and was a recipient of a Canada Council Exploration Program Grant. For fifteen years, Tamar worked as the Archivist Head at MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory.
Her great love for photography is inspired by her passion for travel.