The Bauhaus Center Gallery develops and hosts changing exhibitions about Bauhaus architecture and design, the city of Tel Aviv and contemporary art, design and architecture. Our exhibitions travel, and they have been shown in Berlin, Frankfurt, Delft (NL), London and many more places.
Bauhaus Center Gallery: Exhibitions (free entry)
The photographer Rainer Raczinski presents modernism through the lens of his Polaroid instant picture camera. The photographer travels between three different locations – Los Angeles, Tel Aviv and Frankfurt. – Opening: October 11. Discover this photo-exhibition now in the Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv until November 11, 2018.
Permanent Exhibition | Preservation and Renewal – Bauhaus Buildings in Tel Aviv
Our permanent exhibition Preservation And Renewal: Bauhaus And International Style Buildings In Tel Aviv displays color photographs of recently renovated buildings in the White City alongside historic photographs and architectural plans. This exhibit makes a great starting point to explore the Bauhaus in Tel Aviv. Our best-selling book Preservation and Renewal (available also for online orders) allows one to peruse it while touring the city, next to the buildings themselves.
Preview | Exhibitions In Preparation
If you are planning a future visit to the Bauhaus Center, find here first information on coming exhibitions with planned opening dates in our Bauhaus Gallery. To stay up to date, please sign up for our newsletter and follow us on Social Media.
Dizengoff Circle: After 2 years of intensive renovations, this icon of the White City will be reopened. The show will be dedicated to this unique urban space, its history and architecture. Curator: Harrison Goldman. Planned opening: January 2019.
Art Nouveau – Jugendstil in Riga. An exhibition curated by “Riga Art Nouveau Centre”. Planned opening: March 2019.
Josef Rings and Erich Mendelsohn: New Building in Germany and Mandatory Palestine. On occasion of Bauhaus100 we present this show in collaboration with Moses Mendelsohn Zentrum in Potsdam and Alte Synagoge Essen. The project was possible thanks to the support of “100 years Bauhaus in the West” – a joint project by the Ministry of Culture and Science of North Rhine-Westphalia and the regional bodies responsibel for sustainin the rural culture of the region, namely the Landschaftsverbände Rheinland (LVR) and Westfalen-Lippe (LWL). Planned opening: June 2019.
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