Daniel Tchetchik is a staff photographer and the chief editor of the photography blog at Haaretz Newspaper.
He has displayed his personal works in leading museums and galleries in Israel as well as on international stages in NYC, San Francisco and India. The works are part of the collections of The Museum of Tel Aviv, The Museum of Ramat Gan, The Peter Blum Gallery, The Marc Rich Foundation, The French Institute as well as several private collections. 
Tchetchik divides his time between personal projects and documentary assignments, many times each approach provides inspiration for the other. His editorial work has appeared in the New York Times, Frankfurter Allgemeine, National Geographic, Myself Magazine, Haaretz Newspaper and more.
His works are on a permanant display at Hotel Montefiore in Tel-Aviv.

Contact info:
Berlin:
KEHRER GALERIE | POTSDAMER STR. 100 | 10785 BERLIN | +49 (0) 30 / 688 16 949

Tel Aviv
Cell+972 50 6652183

E mail danielt@haaretz.co.il
Additional E mail: danieltchetchik@gmail.com

 

Selected Exhibitions

Upcoming:
November 2017 - Um El Fahem Gallery, Dust Black, Solo Show

January 2017 - Transform! Vienna conference lecture and display
September 2016 - Kehrer Berlin - Sunburn, Solo Show
April 2016 International Photography Festival - Sunburn, Main Warehouse
November 2015 ArtSpace Tel Aviv, Traces Exhibition - Goethe Institute Collaboration
September 2015 “Just Another Photo Festival” - India
August 2015 Selected for juried exhibition at the Camera Works Gallery, San Francisco
July 2014 Feinberg Projects, Tel Aviv / Waiting List / Group Exhibition
July 2014 Photography Blog Exhibition for Haaretz Newspaper “Traffic” / Jaffa Port / Curator
April: 2014 International Photography Festival, Israel
February 2014 Commissioned work for The Taiwanese Embassy in Taipei
January 2014: Ermanno Tedeschi Gallery / Divided Moment
July 2013 Rothshield 69 Art Space / Divided Moment –Lost Roads. Tel Aviv / Co-Exhibition with Oren Izre’el
Sponsors: Delta Airlines - American Embassy.
March 2012: Innovation Center, London / Fading Grounds
October 2011: The French Institute, Haifa / Deleted Scenes
June 2011: The French Institute, Tel Aviv / Deleted Scenes
July 2011 Horace Richter Gallery, Jaffa / Present Light
March 2011 Photo Tel Aviv, Photography Art Fair
February 2009 Tel Aviv Museum, Israel / Tel Aviv Time / Group Exhibition
September 2008 Raw Art Gallery, Tel Aviv / Still Winter / Solo Exhibition
March 2008 Fresh Paint Art Fair, Tel Aviv
May 2006: Museum of Ashdod, Israel / Earth ways / Group Exhibition
February 2006 Raw Art Gallery, Tel Aviv / View (Silver Rust) / Group Exhibition November
2005: Tel Aviv Museum / On the Banks of the Yarkon / Group Exhibition November
2005: Andrea Meislin Gallery, New York / Picture Israel / Group Exhibition
September 2005 Raw Art Gallery, Tel Aviv / Above & Below Home / Solo Exhibition
September 2005 Ramat Gan Art Museum, Fading Grounds, Solo Exhibition
February 2003 AIPAD, New York
September 2002 Neil Folberg Vision Gallery, Jerusalem / Velvet Tide / Co-Exhibition

Prizes
2007 Local Testimony. Third Prize – Sports series
2010 Local Testimony. Second Prize – Portraits
2011 Local Testimony. Second Prize – Urbanism Series
2012 Local Testimony. Curator’s choice. Refugees in south Tel Aviv
2013 Local Testimony: First Prize Daily Life, Singles
2015 Local Testimony: First Prize, Series of the year
2016 Nominated for the Prix Pictet award

Substantial reviews and publications

March 2016 Burn Magazine feature
November 2015 Sueddeutsche Zeitung feature Art Edition 46
September 2015 VICE Magazine feature
August 2015 New Yorker Instagram takevover
May 2015 Sunburn publication, Kehrer Verlag press
May 2015 Invited to lecture at the Israeli Council, NYC
May 2011 Weekend edition Haaretz cover story – Divided Moment feature
July 2010 Present Light Portrait book, Timeframe Publications
September 2008 Still Winter Catalog
October 2008 Asian Art Times / Gil Goldfine / Still Winter Review
October 2005 Jerusalem Post / Art Review by Gil Goldfine / Out of The Heart of Darkness

His editorial work has appeared in the New York Times , Frankfurter Allgemeine, National Geographic , Myself Magazine, Haaretz Newspaper and more.