The White City – an Everyday Heritage
The main exhibition of The Liebling Haus - White City Center presents the story of the White City’s modernist urban fabric. The show examines the challenges of designing and living in an urban environment declared a Heritage Site, providing tools to understand architecture’s social, political, and cultural role. The exhibition is on display in the ground floor apartment of the Liebling house. The first room includes the White City’s historical timeline, magazines from the 1930s and 1940s, and other materials. In the second room, we will focus on contemporary conservation. The third room will feature changing exhibitions by various creatives and researchers exploring the question of What is the White City?
Curator: architect Sabrina Cegla; Associate Curator and experience designer: Hadas Zemer Ben-Ari; Curator of the Contemporary Conservation Space: Hadas Zemer Ben-Ari; Guest-curator at the Projects Room: Prof. Dr. Ines Weizman; Content Consulting: Sharon Golan-Yaron, Shira Benyemini; Academic Editor: Dr. Neta Feniger; Academic consultants: Dr. Martin Hershenzon, Dr. Jeremie Hoffmann, Dr. Shmuel Groag; Research: architect Liya Kohavi, architect Ayelet Rappaport, architect Elad Horn; Research, mapping & analyzing GIS: Yarden Diskin; Research assistants and production: Yuval Even, Dana Mor, Gilad Shahar; Graphic Design: Gimel2; Production: Sassi Mazor.