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Sign: Tel Aviv - Blue and White Art - "Boat and fish in the landscape" by Naftali Bezem

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Tarsat Ave 2, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
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נפתלי בזם | סירה ודג בנוף

70 לישראל | אמנות כחול לבן בשיתוף pango
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A picture from the "Art in the Parking Lot" project launched on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of Israel’s independence (2018). In this project, works by the best painters in Tel Aviv are displayed on the underground floors of the Heichal Hatarbut parking lot.

About the Artist: Naftali Bezem - Born in Essen, Germany (1924-2018), immigrated to Israel in 1939. Israeli painter and sculptor, winner of the Dizengoff Prize for Painting

Translation of the text on the sign:
Naftali Bezem | Boat and fish in the landscape
70 to Israel | Blue and white art in collaboration with pango



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