Tel Aviv and Gdynia – (non)obvious parallels – a lecture

Turyści i przechodnie na placu z fontanną w izraelskim mieście
Na zdjęciu: plac na planie koła z fontanną na środku, wokół której spacerują przechodnie, w tle modernistyczne budynki. Fot. Zoltan Ḳluger THE DIZENGOFF SQUARE CIRCLE IN TEL AVIV, 02/10/1938

Curator Dr Artur Tanikowski will explain why it is worthwhile to take a look at the "double portrait" of the two cities.

21 November (Thursday), 6PM, free admission

He will present a comparative perspective that has been employed in the exhibition: Gdynia and Tel Aviv as tools for national propaganda, geographic location and climate impact on the two cities, two architectural phenomena on the short list of Modernist cities.