The curator of design who rejected nothing
Fifteen years after his death, Haaretz recalls Israel Museum's Izika Gaon, who rejoiced in finding new ways to bring art to the people.
In September 1965, the Israel Museum was hiring. Having just opened that May, it needed teachers for its Ruth Wing for Youth Education. One of its first picks was Izika Gaon.
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