Tel Aviv night by Igal Stulbach

I made this body of work while wandering across the streets of Tel Aviv in the late summer nights. This is preferable time for a night bird like me. I try to reveal the magic which is over the city in the night -streets and moving objects look so different than during the day.

I made this body of work while wandering across the streets of Tel Aviv in the late summer nights.

This is preferable time for a night bird like me. I try to reveal the magic which is over the city in the night -streets and moving objects look so different than during the day. People become ghosts, some funny and happy, some sad and lonely. Shadows hide secrets , motion is blurred. In day time the city is loud  and chaotic, in late night mysterious and dreamy – that’s the way I like it and wish to share this with the viewer. I  photograph black and white on many occasions but prefer the night to be colorful.

About Igal Stulbach

Igal Is a visual artist making photography, documentary films and video art. He is exploring the borders between those fields. Born in Krakow Poland in the year 1949 to Holocaust survivors , now living in Bat Yam near Tel Aviv. In the year 2015 he made a documentary film about Holocaust second generation named “Group portrait” ( Short monologues by second-generation Holocaust survivors) which was broadcast on israeli national TV -channel 10 and screened in several cinematheques. His video art and photography works have been shown in exhibitions in Israel and abroad. [Official Website]

 

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