The year 2020 is the 150th anniversary of the birth of Adolf Loos (1870–1933), a world-renowned epitome of modern interwar architecture of Moravian descent, whose ideas and implementations influenced contemporary architecture and inspired later events and trends in contemporary architecture on an international scale.
The Czech Centres have developed this solo exhibition project, which aims to present Loos’ unique interior design work in Pilsen in the first third of the 20th century, which is not very well known to the international audience.
This new exhibition is now on display in the Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv (next to Dizengoff Square). Sign up for our newsletter and follow us on Facebook for updates and invites.
This exhibition – and our classic book by the same title about preservation of the Bauhaus buildings in Tel Aviv – presents color photographs of renovated buildings in the White City alongside historic photographs and architectural plans. The book’s compact design allows one to peruse it while touring the city, next to the buildings themselves.
This exhibition curated by Bauhaus Center founder Micha Gross has been shown in galleries, universities and other venues around the globe. It is our hope that all owners of buildings slated for preservation in Tel Aviv may be convinced of the feasibility of preserving their property, and that our next exhibition and book may present the entire White City as well preserved.
Visit this Bauhaus exhibition now in the Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv (next to Dizengoff Square). Sign up for our newsletter and follow us on Facebook for updates and invites.
Our new documentary exhibition “Russian Revolution and Architecture: 100 years of the Vkhutemas architecture and art school, Moscow” pays tribute to the work of the Vkhutemas School of Architecture and Art.
The school was founded in the wake of the Russian Revolution and was committed to building a better future, until its closing int 1930. Its progressive designs for architecture and art were far ahead of their time and impress even today’s viewers. Historical and political circumstances led to the fact that this “cradle” of modernism was hardly noticed, at least in the West. 100 years after the founding of the school, it is to be presented anew in all its significance.
This new exhibition will have its premiere in the Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv Gallery (next to Dizengoff Square). Sign up for our newsletter and follow us on Facebook for updates and invites.