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Yasky and Co. - Israeli Architecture According to Avraham Yasky

Yasky and Co.
Israeli Architecture According to Avraham Yasky
 

Avraham Yasky (1927–2014), the most prolific Israeli architect of his generation, was responsible with his partners for hundreds of projects. He worked for public agencies and private capital, designed severe modernist blocks and pink-tiled towers and embodied Tel Avivian architecture while building beyond the Green Line (pre-1967 borders). The exhibition presents a narrative that begins with Yasky’s familiar projects and introduces political, social and economic themes intertwined in his work.


The exhibition is sponsored by MYS Architects; Alumayer Group; the Israel National Lottery Council for the Arts; Ofer Malls; Orshade Daylight Control Systems; Ben-Gurion University of the Negev; Avraham Rubinstein and Co. Construction Company Ltd.; Klil Industries Ltd.; and Yehoshua Rabinovich Tel Aviv Foundation for the Arts

 


 

OPENING DATE:

Saturday 16 April 2016

CLOSING DATE:

Saturday 27 August 2016

LOCATION:

The Agnes and Beny Steinmetz Wing for Architecture and Design Gallery 3 Herta and Paul Amir Building

Guest curator:

Dan Handel

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  • Elrov Tower under construction; in the background: Zion Tower, Tel Aviv, 1990s (photo: Ran Erde)