Bronze Winner at Px3 by Yuval Shiboli

The “Prix de la Photographie, Paris” (P×3) is one of the most prestigious photography prizes out there. It strives to promote the appreciation of photography, to discover emerging talent, and introduce photographers from around the world to the artistic community of Paris. A selection of work from this competition is displayed in Paris and the winners are published in the P×3 Annual Book. Juried by leading editors, publishers, curators, gallery owners, consultants, creative directors, and art directors, P×3 brings the best of photography from across the globe to Paris.

I am delighted to announce my work 'RollerCoaster' just won 3rd place and awarded Bronze prize in FineArt Architecture category.


I couldn't be happier with this hi-end, international recognition.


Life on Mars- The Making of a series by Yuval Shiboli

One of my favorite shooting locations in Israel is the Negev Brigade Monument situated near the city of Be'er Sheva. Designed by Dani Karavan back in the 1960's It constitutes a recognized symbol of the Negev and Beersheba. In addition to its strengths as a memorial, it was a precursor to the land art movement.

The monument is made of raw concrete consisting of eighteen separate elements covering 10,000 square meters. 

My recent visit to the monument felt like a trip to an unknown land, an empty and deserted playground of geometries and textures. a trip to MARS.

The series 'life on mars' consists of 3 compositions taken on that day. Here is a little peek to the post processing behind the scenes:

Here's a short video that capture the three sequances. Enjoy :)

urban.envisioned - The Exhibition by Yuval Shiboli

After months of preparation my solo exhibition titled urban.envisioned was launched this week.
The vernissage, taking place on Monday March 19th at the Beit Sapir hall in my hometown of Kefar-Saba, was the most exciting event I could ever imagine.

18 works were selected to be showcased in this exhibition taken in different locations around the world: London, Barcelona, Dusseldorf, Tel Aviv and more.

The leading image of the show, titled "Tin Can", was dedicated to my hometown as it was taken in Kefar-Saba.


Looking forward to seeing you there... :)