About

Ilan started working in 1995 as a professional photographer for the Israeli News agency Flash 90, which published his pictures in the Israeli Newspaper of Ma’ariv, Jerusalem Report, Time Magazine and more.

In 1998, he worked as a photographer for the weekly local newspaper “Jerusalem”.

Since 2002 he became a freelance photographer for foreign Newspapers and Magazines such as the L.A. Times, London Times, Asahi Shinbun (Japan), Time Magazine, The Washington Post, Le Monde 2 (France) and many more.

In 2006 he joined to WPN Photo Agency.

In 2008 he published his first book “Existence” (Jerusalem 1995-2005).

In 2009 Ilan filmed and directed a 45 minutes documentary film (“Rise of the right”) for Al Jazeera English Television.

Ilan specializes in Documentary, Portraits and Features in the Middle-East and third-world countries and would be willing to travel for all assignments.


Exhibitions :

  • Sept. 1997 : Group exhibition of “Professional Photographers of Israel” association in Tel-Aviv and Moscow.
  • May 1999 : Group exhibition at the end of National Geographic Israel Edition photography competition.
  • July 2001 : Single exhibition at the Artists House in Jerusalem following the story of the Falashmura (Ethiopian Jews) in Israel and Addis Abbeba.
  • October 2002 : Group exhibition “Corpus Christi” at The Patrimoine Photographique Gallery, Hotel de sully, Paris.
  • December 2003 : Group exhibition “Corpus Christi” at the Internationales Haus Der Photography, Deichtorhallen Hamburg.
  • April 2006 : Group exhibition at “Hagaleria Haacheret”, Academic College for education “Talpiot” in Tel-Aviv, following the disengagement from the Gaza strip.
  • April 2006 : Group exhibition “THY BROTHERS’ KEEPER” – A photographic exhibition organized by The Alternative Museum for the Flint Institute of Arts, Michigan.
  • June 2006 : Group exhibition “Revelation- Representations of Christ in Photography” at the Gallery Rooms of Kunsthalle Krems, Austria.
  • October 2006 : Group exhibition “Revelation (Uppenbar(a)t)” at Kulturhuset Stockholm Gallery, Sweden.