Moy Volcovich was born in Mexico City in 1963. His works have appeared in over thirty solo and collective exhibits around the world including; Binyanei Hauma and The Khan Theater in Jerusalem, Israel; Museo de la Ciudad de México, Centro de la Imagen, National Art Museum, Papalote Museo del Niño, Museo de Memoria y Tolerancia, in Mexico City; The Koffler Centre of the Arts and the Toronto Metro Hall in Toronto, Canada; The National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago, USA; and The Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, USA.
In addition, Moy has published 15 books including: Lotería de la Condesa, A Week in the life of CDI, Mexican Synagogues, After the Boots of Oblivion, I Kept my Promise, To be a Child Again Mexico, Eyes with Wings, Religion and Freedom in the Children of Mexico, and To be a Child Again Israel.
With over 30 years of photography experience, Moy Volcovich is a dreamer with a camera on his shoulder, graphic journalist of society. He has been consistently recognized for his award-winning books that focus on children from around the globe.
For more information on his latest work please visit: volcovich.com, tobeachildagain.com