Babylon, defined in the dictionary as a city or place of great luxury, sensuality, and often vice and corruption, is a selection of images

from an urban documentary project exhibited at Artspace Gallery in Tel Aviv 2005.

Most of the images were shot in Tel Aviv and reflect the sense of urban alienation characteristic of a big city.

They show peoplesitting in cafes, dancing at street parties, standing at bus stops or just hanging outon Sheinkin Street, the Carmel Market,

Rothchild Boulevard, and Jaffa. They all speak the same language and yet, like the Tower of Babel, its not certain they communicate or

understand one another.

All photographs are available for purchase. For pricing and availability, please contact Tzachi Ostrovsky