Doron Sabag

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Doron Sabag (Hebrew: דורון סבג‎) is an Israeli art patron and a CEO of a big human resources contractor, O.R.S. (Hebrew: או.אר.אס.‎) Sabag also runs Mehalev, a controversial Israeli version of "Wisconsin Plan" in the city of Ashkelon.

In 2002, when he was the head of the Israeli art council, the newspaper Haaretz choose Sabag as the most influential person on the Israeli art scene.[1]

In 2006, Minshar gallery in Tel Aviv, put on an exhibition named Doron (Curators: Joshua Simon, Roy Arad and Maayan Strauss), which dealt with art and labour rights.

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  1. ^ סליחה, איך מגיעים למוזיאון ישראל [Excuse me, how to get to the Israel Museum?]. Haaretz (in Hebrew). 12 August 2003. Retrieved 10 August 2014.

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