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Human, Pattern: Works from the Collection of Nahum Zolotov

The exhibition features a selection of works delineating the career of Nahum Zolotov (1926–2014), one of Israel’s major architects from the early years of its establishment.

Zolotov was inspired by structuralist trends in town planning but also sought the truth of the matter and human scale, from which he distilled a spatial poetics for the neighborhoods and buildings he designed.

Please note opening hours: Tuesday–Thursday, 12:00-16:00

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