" I am a Jewish Israeli and I acknowledge the Nakba"   


On the eve of the Israeli Independance Day (2014), we remembered the Nakba by performing in the streets of Tel Aviv. 
Portraits of Israelis that aknowledge the Nakba were taken and printed in giant size in order to be posted on the walls of the last remains of Manshiyya that turned to be the Etsel (Lehi) museum after 1948. 

A photographic project designed and led by Eléonore Merza Bronstein with the help of Eitan Bronstein Aparicio, in the frame of the project "New KKL" held at Zochrot in 2014. 

Photo credit: Eleonore Merza Bronstein.

Photo credit: Activestills

Copyright © 2015 De-Colonizer: Research / Art Laboratory for Social Change. All rights reserved.