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)
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.
The architects Josef Rings (1878–1957) and Erich Mendelsohn (1887–1953) are two leading exponents of Modernism in Germany, and later in exile in Mandatory Palestine, whose biographies and careers give insight into the diversity of personalities involved and the political circumstances in these countries in the first half of the twentieth century…
Opening: January 31. Discover this exhibition in the Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv until March 30, 2019.
From April 4 | Riga’s Art Nouveau in Architecture and Art
The exhibition presents the Art Nouveau style in its many forms. Traveling exhibition from the Museum of the Association of Culture Institutions of Riga City Council “Riga Art Nouveau Centre”.
Opening: April 4. Discover this exhibition in the Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv until May 31, 2019.
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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: June 2019.
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