After Rome, London, Helsinki and many more, The white city of Tel Aviv exhibition, organized by the City of Tel Aviv, is shown for the first time in Hungary, in Deák17 Gallery.
The historic centre of Tel Aviv has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since July 2003.
The coastal Israeli city has a unique architectural heritage of more than 4,000 Bauhaus buildings. The exhibition, which has been traveling since 2004, tells the story of the White City’s most famous buildings and architecture through a series of photographs, blueprints, models, 3D animations and videos. The exhibition is accompanied by a small complementary section that juxtaposes some of the buildings of early modern architecture in Budapest with the architecture of the White City.
The white city of Tel Aviv exhibition opens on 8 April.
Source: Press release