Near Kibbutz Snir, Golan Heights, 2017
From the series Unresolved
Giclée print on 260 gram Canon Luster
42 x 52,5 cm.
Ed. 25 + 2 AP
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The wreck of the Syrian tank that remained on the shores of the Banyas at the end of the Six-Day War is a favorite destination for Sabbath outings. The tank was involved in the attack on the Kibbutz Dan, lost its way in the retreat, and crashed into the ravine.
In his series Unresolved (2018), Meinrad Schade offers a new perspective to the ongoing Israel/Palestine conflict by addressing how the conflict affects lives and becomes visible in everyday life. Travelling between Israel, the West Bank, on the Golan Heights, and in the Gaza Strip, Schade experienced extremely different societies, realities, attitudes, and diverse perspectives on the same situation. The series is published in a book Unresolved, a continuation of Schade’s book War Without War from 2015.
After completing a degree in biology at the University of Zurich, Meinrad Schade worked as a press photographer with the St. Galler Tagblatt. In 2002 he began working as a freelance portrait photographer and photojournalist and joined the Lookat Photos agency. For the last 15 years, Meinrad Schade has been moving along the borders of conflicts, exploring and questioning what is visible beyond the epicentres of war. In 2011 he was honoured with the Swiss Photo Award and also with the ewz selection award for ‘Editorial Photography.’ In 2013 he won the n-ost journalism prize for ‘Photojournalism.’