June 2019 | Dizengoff Circle
Just in time for the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus School, the city of Tel Aviv has successfully completed the restoration of Dizengoff Circus, designed by architect Genia Averbuch — likely the world’s only “Bauhaus Piazza” — to its original design. Regarded as the traditional center of the White City, it is striking for its simple design: a round space, surrounded by nearly identical buildings, featuring curvilinear horizontal slit balconies. The simple, elegant architectural language of this circle makes it a paradigm of local modernist architecture.
After 2 years of intensive renovations, Dizengoff Square, this icon of the White City was reopened in the fall of 2018. The new exhibition in our Bauhaus Center Gallery in early 2019 will be dedicated to this unique urban space, its history and architecture.
Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv, located next to the renewed iconic Dizengoff Circus, is happy to take part in the Bauhaus 100 festivities in Tel Aviv as well as celebrating Bauhaus Centers’ 20th anniversary in 2019.
Exhibition opening: January 2019.
Curator: Harrison Goldman.
Planned opening: January 2019.