בין ערים ובין סלעים : ישראל רבינוביץ / [אוצר התערוכה - יואב דגון].
Added t.p.: Twixt towns and rocks : [exhibition catalogue] / Israel Rabinovitz
[exhibition curator, Yoav Dagon
translation, Peretz Kidron].
Herzeliyya (Israel)-place of publication
רבינוביץ, ישראל, 1954-
הרצליה : מוזיאון הרצליה לאמנות
קטלוג תערוכה בעברית ובאנגלית עם שער נוסף, יולי-ספטמבר 1992.
Catalogue for the exhibition held at the Herzliya Museum of Art, July-September 1992.
Hebrew and English.
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