Gennady Meergus is a self-taught photographer from Kefar-Saba, Israel. Gennady photographs images since the early
childhood, learned photography basics and composition from books, also attended several courses on lighting
and studio photography. An enthusiast of digital photography as a more exact, more immediate and environment-friendly

media Gennady had always dreamed of a "film-less" photography, of using a media that would directly "remember"
the image instead of capturing it on one-use materials. For the last several years my works have focused on modern
architecture, trying to create a bright, expressive and unusual look to the city environment. This direction is inspired and
supervised by Tenno Sooster - graphic artist, painter and animator.

Exhibitions:
Personal exhibition in GTek gallery in 2003;
Participation in group exhibitions:
- 2006: Al-Thani award for photography: 2 works exhibited;
- 2006: Trierenberg SuperCircuit contest and exhibition;
- 2005: Israeli City Life contest and exhibition, organized by Eshkol
project in Moscow (entered short-list and exhibition).