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Dani Karavan

(b. 1930)


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(1930– ).

Israeli sculptor and landscape-architect. Among his works are the Negev Monument, near Beersheba (1963–8—a cluster of concrete forms with a tower containing a wind-organ); the temporary ‘Environment for Peace’ at the Venice Biennale (1976—an exercise in Minimalism, with concrete forms bisected by running water); White Square, Kikat Levana, Tel Aviv (1977–88); the Avenue Majeure, Cergy-Pontoise, France (1980–90—an axial walkway through a series of spaces, with a tower by Bofill); the Street of the Rights of Man, Germanisches Museum, Nuremberg (early 1990s); and the Place for Communications Centre, Zürich, Switzerland (1994–6).

Restany (1993)

Subjects: Architecture.


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