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Everything interlocks at Lego exhibit in Tel Aviv port

The works of New York artist Sean Kenney are on display at Hangar 11 throughout August, along with places to build and buy the tiny plastic bricks

Jessica Steinberg covers the Sabra scene from south to north and back to the center.

  • The works of Lego artist Sean Kenney are currently on display at Tel Aviv's port, until August 31, 2018 (Courtesy Sean Kenney)
    The works of Lego artist Sean Kenney are currently on display at Tel Aviv's port, until August 31, 2018 (Courtesy Sean Kenney)
  • Sean Kenney's Times Square sculpture, in Lego (Courtesy Sean Kenney)
    Sean Kenney's Times Square sculpture, in Lego (Courtesy Sean Kenney)
  • Lego artist Sean Kenney uses only Lego to create his sculptures, currently on display at the Tel Aviv port (Courtesy Sean Kenney)
    Lego artist Sean Kenney uses only Lego to create his sculptures, currently on display at the Tel Aviv port (Courtesy Sean Kenney)

An exhibit at Tel Aviv’s port features 25 works by the award-winning Lego artist Sean Kenney of New York, who uses Lego bricks — thousands of them — to construct sculptures featuring famous sites, portraits, animals and objects from everyday life.

The exhibit opened July 26 and will remain at Hangar 11 until August 31. It includes robotics activities, stands featuring every kind of Lego toy on the market, and a free Lego-construction area, as well as a Lego store.

The entrance fee to the Lego exhibit is NIS 69 per person, although kids under two are free and families of four can pay a reduced price of NIS 250.

The exhibits are open from 8:30 a.m. until 8 p.m. each night. Call *3942 for tickets.

 

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