One step at a time

Far-fetched? That is what happened 23 years ago in the Tel Aviv local elections with the Walking Man initiative.

May 5, 2016 11:08
“Soon I’ll Get Far” exhibition

The Walking Man figure gets pride of place in front of the municipality building. (photo credit: HEN MIKA)


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Cycling is like life – if you stop moving you fall over.

That comes across loud and clear at the “Soon I’ll Get Far” exhibition at Beit Ha’ir at 27 Bialik Street in Tel Aviv. Although the central character uses his legs for walking rather than pedaling, he is evidently one determined dude.


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