Documentary photography is often a search for the visually stimulating. We tend to believe that it leads to further truths.
IN OUR IMAGE, 1986
This reality, unique from its very inception __ a Jewish settlement, an ingathering of exiles from widely differing cultures__ has become gravely complex, even distorted, from that moment in which, as a result of conquest, there was established the reign of one people over another...
(from the introduction by Yeshayahu Leibowitz,
A combination of photographs of Israeli Hasidic communities
and their traditional stories together with an introductory essay on the history of Hasidim in Israel by Yoel Rappel.
TEL AVIV MON AMOUR, 1995
Taking my camera, I walk the streets
once again seeking the shelter of Tel Aviv ... (1991 - 1995)
A glimpse of the precarious nature of life in Tel Aviv.
A CORRESPONDENCE WITH ROBERT FRANK, 2014
From the introduction:
We last met in Mabou this summer. I expressed my desire to do this book. He said, "It was an honest correspondence...it's a long time, 1987-2013..."
Robert Frank subsequently banned the publication of this book.
A photographic glimpse into daily life on and around Kibbutz K'far Menahem during the years 1980-1987.
FROM PESACH'S STUDIO
2010 (30 MINUTES)
2017 (38 MINUTES)
LEFTOVERS FROM A PICNIC
1999 (38 MINUTES)
20O8 (35 MINUTES)