June 9, 2008

Kikar Levana - White Square- Edith Wolfson park

Kikar Levana is an environmental sculpture that sits atop a small hill, at the Edith Wolfson Park, in Tel Aviv. The sculpture’s name means White Square. It is located at the highest point in Tel Aviv where the city meets nearby Givatayim. The main entrance to the park is at the intersection of Ha’Tayasim Ave. and LaGuardia Street. The sculpture is located in a public park that is open all day. It is created by the Israeli sculptor Dani Karavan, who was born in Tel Aviv on December 7, 1930. He is the son of a landscape architect and he was a member of a kibbutz and he first studied in Israel. He continued his studies in Florence and in Paris.



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