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Eliyahu Fatal at Bat Yam Museum of Art

Bat Yam Museum of Art was built in 1961 as a Brutalist floating pavilion. The entry level was free of walls that would block the field of vision. The inner circle was enclosed with glass, whose transparency undermined the distinction between interior and exterior or, at least, softened their habitual polarization. The entrance space was a natural continuation of the surrounding park, inviting passersby in, while the outer circumference consisted of a roofed space shading those sitting in it. Up the stairs, the exhibition level unfurled like a spacious spiral with natural illumination. Some twenty years ago, however, the pavilion’s exterior walls were closed, internal partitions were built on the top floor, and the windows were sealed. Read more

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