About The Artist
Joshua Haruni is a London born photographer, currently living in Jerusalem.
Having earned a distinction in Professional Photography Practice at the London College of Printing in 1995, Joshua took his camera and started to work as a freelance, reportage photographer around the globe.
Joshua has earned commissions from the Mines Advisory Group, The Nour Foundation (Khalili Foundation), and The American Joint Distribution Committee. He has published photographs in The Daily Telegraph (UK), The Observer (UK), Marie Claire, and Elle Magazines as well as various online journals.
Joshua held a solo exhibition titled ‘The Healing Power of Kabbalah’ (1999) which was shown at Yeshiva University Museum and was subsequently distributed by the Council of American Jewish Museums.
In June of 2012 Joshua participated in the exhibition; ‘A World Apart Next Door –Glimpses into the life of Hassidic Jews’ at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem.
Do Not Photograph (2018) is a retrospective of Joshua’s photography from within the closed Hassidic and Kabbalistic communities of Jerusalem.
Photo: Pinchas Emmanuel