Ilan Averbuch's sculptures are featured at both The Open Museum - Tefen and The Open Museum - Omer.
Both industrial parks founded, by Stef Wertheimer, represent his vision of building a model that fosters creative activity in industry, art, education, culture and nature all on one campus. This combination of several aspects of life forms the basis for a modern, creative and aesthetics conscious society. The Open Museum consists of two halls for changing exhibition of Israeli fine art and an extensive sculpture garden.
To see other sculptures by Ilan Averbuch go to:“Deus Ex Machina” at The Open Museum - Tefen: [http://www.israelpublicart.com/public_art/?art=deus-ex-machina] “Harp the Sea and the Quiet Wind” at Sir Charles Clore Park, Tel Aviv: [http://www.israelpublicart.com/public_art/?art=harp_the_sea_and_the_quiet_wind] “Promises Promises” at The Open Museum - Tefen: [http://www.israelpublicart.com/public_art/?art=promises-promises] The book Ilan Averbuch: Public Projects is available from Alibris [https://www.alibris.com/Ilan-Averbuch-Public-Projects/book/30029603] “Utilizing wood, stone, copper and steel, the monumental sculptures of Israeli-born Ilan Averbuch bring investigations of gravity, space and materiality into the public realm, forging dialogues with nature and the modern city. This publication highlights the artist's major public projects in the Unites States, Israel, Germany, India, Switzerland and Canada.”