The world premiere of a long-term photographic project by John Offenbach challenges the myth that there is just one type of Jew.

John Offenbach is a professional advertising photographer with over 25 years of experience. In this photographic series, he has photographed both the ordinary and the extraordinary, from the religious to the secular, the rich to the homeless. Each portrait is titled not by the sitter’s name, but by their job or circumstance.

These simple black-and-white portraits aim to challenge the received view of what a Jew looks like, whilst posing questions about identity and belonging.

PhotographyContemporary artLondon


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