Daniel Tchetchik is an artist, 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 numerous international stages such as NYC, Bulgaria, Kassel, San Francisco, Sweden, Berlin, Hamburg, India.
Through his practice, Tchetchik investigates the natural surroundings. a search for visual descriptions and reflections of a contemporary emotion in the landscape and people. The works are displayed both as a photographic series as well as published in artist books, "the different platforms present the fascinating possibility of changing narratives with the same photographs”.
His works are part of the collections of The Museum of Tel Aviv, The Museum of Ramat Gan, The Peter Blum Gallery, The Umm El Fahem Gallery, Museum for Sepulkralkultur, The Marc Rich Foundation, The French Institute as well as several private collections. Tchetchik divides his time between global/local personal projects and documentary assignments, many times each approach provides inspiration for the other.