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Sign: Tel Aviv - "Intermediate" - Outdoor sculpture by David Mezach

Shlomo Ibn Gabirol St, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל העיר תל אביב יפו
דוד מזח
מצב ביניים
פלדה צבועה
הוקם על ידי מחלקת כיבוי אש תל-אביב
בשיתוף חברת עזרה ובצרון

David Mezach
Painted steel
Installed by the Tel Aviv Fire Department
in collaboration with Ezra Ubizaron
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The sign belongs to the series of signs depicting outdoor sculptures throughout the city of Tel Aviv - Jaffa.

The sculpture on which the sign is pointing was photographed that day Click for a larger image

Pay attention to the many soul candles that are both near the sign and near the statue. These are candles in memory of the boy Ayalon Shalev-Amsalem who was run over in a car accident in June 2018

About the Sculpture : The sculpture, which is close to the Redding Power Station, is designed to bring lightness and airiness to the technological environment.

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