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Micha Ullman


128 Rothchild Boulevard
Tel Aviv



Concrete and earth



Description Apparently the remains of a structure that may, or may not, have existed at this exact location
Caption This seldom noticed "sculpture" might suggest that something exists below, or it may mark the location where something was above, or be the outline of a future structure, or - it may be the first installation of a series of projects that celebrate what can not be seen. There are lots of possibilities, which may be what this is about.

To see other sculptures by Micha Ullman:
"Chair at Tel Aviv University:
"Equinox" at The Israel Museum - Jerusalem:

Micha Ullman's Public Art Projects:
"Messer / Metzer", Menache District, Israel, 1972;
"Mirror", Tel Aviv Museum of Art 1980
"Sky", Tel Chai, Israel 1983
"Lot's Wife", Mount Sodom, Jerusalem 1984
"Earth Level", Art Park Lewiston, New York 1986
"Sitting", Goldapark, Ramle, Israel 1988
"Yesod", Rothschild Boulevard, Tel Aviv 1989
"Waage", Neuenkirchen 1990
"Wschodina" (Osten/East), Lodz 1991
"Sea Level", Allenby Street, Tel Aviv
"No One" (Niemand), Linden St, Berlin 1992
"New Moon", (Neumond), Akademie Schloss
"Solitude", Stuttgart 1994
"Library" (Bibliothek), Bebelplatz, Berlin.
      Memorial for the burning of the books. 1995
"Saflulin" with Ezra Orion Desert Sculpture Park, Israel 
"Observation" (Peace Sculpture), Atlantik Wall, Jutland


Other References For more informatipon about the artist:
And more about the artist:
To watch the Micha Ullman's Youtube video "Empty Library" in Berlin:   (Other videos will follow.)