Autumn Nights by Igal Stulbach

Igal Stulbach created this series while strolling the streets of Tel Aviv in the late autumn nights. This is the preferred time for a night bird like him. He tries to reveal the magic that lies over the city at night - streets and moving objects look very different than during the day. People become ghosts, some are funny and happy, and others are sad and lonely. Shadows hide secrets, movements are blurred. During the day the city is noisy and chaotic, at night mysterious and dreamy - so he likes it and wants to share this with the viewer.

Women by Igal Stulbach

Women by Igal Stulbach

“Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night.”

Edgar Allan Poe

Wall by Igal Stulbach

Wall by Igal Stulbach

“It was the possibility of darkness that made the day seem so bright.”

Stephen King

Alley by Igal Stulbach

Alley by Igal Stulbach

“I love the silent hour of night, For blissful dreams may then arise, Revealing to my charmed sight What may not bless my waking eyes.”

Anne Brontë

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Igal Stulbach

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Igal Stulbach

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. In December 2022 Igal was awarded with Gold in the category Portfolio/Fine Art at Tokyo International Foto Awards (TIFA).


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