Jerusalem || September 2016- March 2017
Jerusalem, origin of the christian religion and center of the world holds thousands years of history and divinity. So do believe the pilgrims, that come to the holy land every year and try to get closer to their religious identity. The Christian community in Jerusalem exists as a lively microcosm only through the pilgrims and clergyman, who decided to dedicate their life for this cause.
Jerusalem has 13 different main denominations, all in several garments and all with different origins from all over the christian world, but mainly around the middle east. 2017, 500 years after Martin Luther divided the church with his theories, I decided to document the religious leaders of all churches in Jerusalem
and to show the daily life of the pilgrims in Jerusalem.
Portrait of Dr. Anba Abraham,
Archbishop Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem.
Portrait of Rt. Rev. Bishop Dr. Munib A. Younan (r.) and the Right Reverend Wolfgang Schmidt, Propst (l.) in the Church of the Redeemer in Jerusalem's Old City.
Portrait of The Rt. Revd Suheil Dawani,
The Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem &
The Middle East in Jerusalem.
Portrait of H. Em. Mar Swerios Malki Murad,
Archbishop of Syrian Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem in Saint Mark's Syrian Orthodox Monastery in Jerusalem's Old City.
Portrait of the Most Rev. Pierbattista Pizzaballa,
Apostolic Administrator Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem.
Portrait of Archbishop Nourhan Manougian, Patriarch of the Armenian Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem in Jerusalem's Old City
Portrait of Archbishop Abune Enbaqom the Ethiopian Orthodox Patriarchate
in Jerusalem's Old City
Portrait of Theophilos III, Patriarch of the
Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem
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