Anat Zecharia  (ענת זכריה)




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Anat Zecharia  ענת זכריה

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* 27.08.1974, Tel Aviv, Izrael
živi v: Tel Aviv, Izrael

Anat Zecharia (born in 1974 in Tel Aviv, Israel) is a prizewinning poet, dance critic, writer and editor. She studied photography in Haifa and Hebrew Culture in Tel Aviv. Since 2009 she has been dance critic for the magazine Yedioth Aharonot. She was an active member of the Artists' Greenhouse for Social Activism, a group at the Musrara School of Photography & Media in Jerusalem.
So far she had published three collections of poetry. Single poems have been translated into several languages including Albanian, Swedish, Arabic, Chinese and English. Zecharia writes in plain language about sexuality, desire and the yearning for power. She also establishes political cross-connections in her poems.
She has received several prizes for her work including the Levi Eshkol Prime Minister’s Literary Award for writers and the Street Prize Award from the city of Tel Aviv. During the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, Zecharia represented Israel at the Poetry Parnassus .

 Foto © Asa Goldfrid