Trajectories in the Architecture of the Tel Aviv Museum
The Architecture of the Tel Aviv Museum: Passages in a Nonlinear History
The history of the Tel Aviv Museum has been shaped by several major turning points, which took place at five specific moments in time. These moments mark the inauguration of the buildings designed over the years to house the museum: Dizengoff House – the private home of the city's first mayor, Meir Dizengoff (1932); the Helena Rubinstein Pavilion (1959); the main museum building on Shaul Hamelech Boulevard (1971); the Meyerhoff Art Education Center (1996); and the new Herta and Paul Amir building currently being inaugurated alongside the main building.
Book chapter: Five Moments: Trajectories in the Architecture of the Tel Aviv Museum, Publisher: Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Editors: Yasha J. Grobman and Arielle Blonder. November 2011