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The Logical, the Ironic, and the Absurd by Ron Gilad

Take a look at Ron Gilad’s latest exhibition “The Logical, the Ironic, and the Absurd” in Tel Aviv. We can also get a closer view on the way he lives and works. He has found “a little piece of heaven” in a chaotic city like Tel Aviv.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyO5hlLOOKk...
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Take a look at Ron Gilad’s latest exhibition “The Logical, the Ironic, and the Absurd” in Tel Aviv. We can also get a closer view on the way he lives and works. He has found “a little piece of heaven” in a chaotic city like Tel Aviv.

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