Monday, March 7, 2016

In the shadow of the chess game

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Face to Face with My Father (The Chess Players), by Zvika Lachman.


As happens all too often in Israel, the sign makers couldn't get it just right.


One of the cats at Omer Open Museum considered it a good source of shade.
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Here is a Lachman exhibit catalog.
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(Linking to Our World Tuesday.)
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6 comments:

Hels said...

Chess is such a perfect game to display for father-son interactions!

William Kendall said...

A whimsical sculpture, even with the odd translation. The cat's a sweetie!

VP said...

A curious sculpture and a nice cat!

Fun60 said...

I'm sure many fathers and sons can relate to this sculpture.

Alice said...

Interesting photo and makes one smile when you think of Father and Son trying to figure the next move.

Kay said...

This is truly an interesting sculpture. I like the spirit of it.