Tel Aviv, The White City

Recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage list, the so-called ‘white city’ of Tel Aviv boasts an impressive collection of modern buildings in the International Style, designed by (mainly) Jewish architects who were influenced by Le Corbusier and the Bauhaus school.

This exhibition by CIVA/La Cambre in Brussels shows various aspects of the architecture and urban planning that went into the creation of Tel Aviv as a modern city.

It has also been the subject of an anti-Israeli cultural boycott, but I saw it innocently…