Eliezer Weishoff, the Renaissance man of Israeli art

By MORDECHAI BECK
October 11, 2018 16:20
The 9-meter ‘Rebirth’ sculpture in Rishon Lezion (1988) is a steel construction plated with textured

The 9-meter ‘Rebirth’ sculpture in Rishon Lezion (1988) is a steel construction plated with textured copper and cast aluminum, symbolizing the rebirth of Israel up to 1948. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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He is small in stature and of wiry build. His keen eyes fixate on you with a mixture of curiosity and sharpness, which characterize his multi-phased creations. Now 80, Eliezer Weishoff has been a backbone of Israeli art for the past six decades, and still counting.

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