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Signs series: Ramat Hasharon - Sculpture Garden

About the series


The Sculpture Garden in Ramat Hasharon is named after Yoav Dagon, who was the director of the Herzliya Museum and the founder of the Nachum Gutman Museum in Tel Aviv. The garden was established at the initiative of Yoav Dagon’s sister, Talia Dagon.
The Sculpture Garden is located in the center of Ramat Hasharon along Weizman Boulevard.
Among the sculptors who donated sculptures to the garden are famous sculptors such as Menashe Kadishman , Igael Tumarkin , and others.

About the signs

The rectangular signs are made of metal and are on a stone base placed on the ground. On the sign itself is the symbol of the Ramat Hasharon municipality, the name of the artist and the details of the sculpture in Hebrew and English.
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