Welcome to the Re_Public - Re-Launch

The law has an explicit definition of Public Space. Still, it remains a vague concept, individual, fluid, and subject to interpretation. The Liebling Haus’ new exhibition focuses on public space through various works that examine its place, transformations, and ways to renew, challenge, and think about it critically and differently.
Join us for the re-launch of the exhibition we’ve had to close following the third lockdown. The event will take place on the rooftop at dusk, where you can have a glass of wine and some food by Lev Cafe and Habanot.

Events on the opening weekend

Mat Weaving Workshop at the Fifth Space
Take part in turning the Liebling Haus rooftop into a place of meeting, happenings, collaborative action, and hosting, and weave mats that will serve as permanent furniture for future visitors. Guided by artist and designer Hadas Tuval.
Friday, May 7, at 10:00
Saturday, May 8, at 10:00

Jane's Walk Tour: Reading Architecture
Exploring the various shades of the White City's public space: pocket gardens in the center of the urban block, communal gardens in workers' houses, side and main streets, building facades, and everything in between. Guided by Arch. Sabrina Cegla.
Friday, May 7, at 11:00

Tour of the Exhibition
Join Shira Levy-Benyemini, director of the Liebling Haus and chief curator of the exhibition, for a tour of our latest project, focused on public space - where the private-personal borders the political.
Saturday, May 8, at 12:00

Participants: Keren Avni, Anna Wild, Lior Zalmanson, Aya Zeiger, Gabi Schillig, Hadas Tuval, Anat Litwin, Maayan Mozes, Roy Fabian, Sally Krysztal-Kramberg, Lila Chitayat, Jakub Szczęsny, Rebecca Sternberg, feld72
Curators: Eran Eizenhamer, Sharon Golan-Yaron, Shira Levy-Benyemini, Sabrina Cegla

In collaboration with the Adam Mickiewicz Institute.
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Date & Time
5/6/21, 5:00 PM
Place
Liebling Haus
Language
Price
Free admission, pre-registration required

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