Daniel Rolider is an Israeli documentary photographer whose work focuses on environmental issues and the relationship between humans and nature.


Born in December 1995 in Kiryat-Tivon, he began his career in 2012, when he had published in the Children's Eyes on Earth book, a collaboration of IDEA (International Dialogue for Environmental Action) and the Iranian photographer Reza.

His work has been published by National Geographic, the New York Times, ESPNPDN, Musée, the Israeli Photography Blog of Haaretz, and Yedioth Aharonot.

In March 2018, as part of Sheikh Abreik Festival, he took part in the international Inside Out initiative of the French artist JR, documenting the Jewish and Arab population of his home town and the neighbouring town, Basmat-Tivon. The photos were printed as huge posters and pasted overnight across Kiryat Tivon. The project was covered and aired by Kan News channel.

In 2019, his project Ballad for the Carriage Horse has been published in PDN Photo Annual as a winner of the Students category, and was shortlisted for the Alexia Foundation Student Grant.

His work has been exhibited at Beit HaHayal in Tel Aviv in 2015, in a solo show at the Israeli Art Gallery in Kiryat Tivon in 2016, at Jaffa Art Salon in 2017, and at Blank Wall Gallery in Athens, Greece, Elbaz Gallery in Hudson, New York, and Haifa City Museum, Israel, in 2018, at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, at the Maritime Silk Road Expo in Guangzhou, China, and in a solo show at Chelsy, Tel Aviv, in 2019.

He is a graduate of the Eddie Adams Workshop XXXII and the Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism Program of the ICP in New York City, with the ICP Directors Scholarship.





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