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Israeli artistsí village where some traditions still die hard

YOKHAI Givon has two gigantic light switches in his Ein Hod studio.

Born in Israel and having spent time as a working artist in America, the large pop-art objects mirror his biography.

One is in Hebrew, the other in English.

Both express the desire to create, to enlighten.

Previously, the space was used by his late mother, Gila Givon, who started as a Dimona-based painter of the desert.

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