Commemorating Rabin

A free art exhibit in honor of Rabin deals with the widening gap between religious and secular.

November 13, 2005 07:29


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To commemorate the tenth anniversary of Yitzhak Rabin's murder, artist Dan Keder has donated an installation with 12 paintings to the city of Holon for permanent display at the Holon Theater's Hankin Campus. The installation will be part of a permanent exhibit for public viewing starting with its opening reception on Tuesday November 15. At the festive opening, beginning at 7:30 PM this Tuesday, Israel Prize winner Luba Eliav and the Mayor of Holon will deliver speeches. The exhibit can be viewed Sundays through Thursdays from 10am - 12:30pm and 4pm- 7pm. Fridays from 10am- 12:30pm and Saturdays from 11am -2. Entrance is free.

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