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Nahum Gutman's Mosaic Wall

The painter and children's writer Nahum Gutman, who grew up in Tel Aviv in its first days, tells the story of the city using over one millions fragments of glass and stone. The artist used over eight hundred colors and subused in his work, that spans 100 sq. meters. The mosaic wall was intended as a memorial of little Tel Aviv and Herzliya Gymnasium, Tel Aviv's first high school. The major part of the piece was created in Ravenna, Italy.
Photography: Eli Kobi
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