The exhibition shows the work of Israeli illustrators Irina and Boris Ginzburg - sketches of iconic places of the city, buildings designed by representatives of the Bauhaus, promenade, beaches, hotels. Each urban symbol is associated with one of the Hebrew letters. Some of the illustrations are made using the risography technique, which was invented in Japan in the 1980s.
The illustrations are accompanied by short texts in Russian and Hebrew about why Tel Aviv is called the “White City” or why bicycles in Israel are one of the most popular modes of transport. Visitors will find out where the townspeople spend their holidays and what are the specialties of local cuisine, how many beaches are located in the city, and is it true that dogs are so loved in Tel Aviv that it is allowed to come to work with pets in some offices.