SINCE 2000

Bauhaus Center Gallery: Exhibitions (free entry)

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.

Now Showing | Dizengoff Square – Through History

Just in time for the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus School, the city of Tel Aviv has successfully completed the restoration of Dizengoff Circus. The Bauhaus Center is reviewing the history of the iconic Dizengoff Square and celebrating its renewal with this exhibition on display in our gallery. The exhibition consists of b/w and color photos, sketches and original vintage items.

Visit this exhibition in the Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv until October 31 (extended due to high demand).

From Sept 19 | Between the Private and Public Domains

The critically acclaimed exhibition with photographs by Michael Craig Palmer, which premiered in the Bauhaus Center in 2016, is on display again from September 2019 in the context of “Houses From Inside”.

Visit this exhibition in the Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv (next to Dizengoff Square) until November 2019.

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.

Coming Exhibitions

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.

From November 2019 | Jean Molitor Bauhaus Photography: With his photographs of Bauhaus inspired buildings Jean Molitor takes us on an exciting journey of discovery around the world. On display from September at Bauhaus Center Gallery.

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10:00 – 19:00
10:00 – 14:30
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Tel Aviv, 6433249
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