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04 July - 07 September 2008
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contemporary art & culture magazine
Pavilion / # 10-11 What was socialism, and what comes next?, 2008
PAVILION is an art- and culture-magazine published in Bucharest and operating internationally. Its title refers to the relative, temporary structure of contemporary art. As a public platform it serves to introduce other projects and to extend the concept of the magazine.
The double edition “What Was Socialism And What Comes Next?” (#10-11) seeks to bring the discourse concerning (post-)socialism up to date and inquires into its relevance for contemporary art production. The current edition “Being Here. Mapping The Contemporary”(#12) conceives of itself on the one hand as documentation of the 3rd Bucharest Biennale, and on the other hand as a discourse-platform and reader for the exhibition. It is thematically structured around practices and processes of mapping.
30 July, 17.00 - Live talk with the editors Razvan Ion & Eugen Radescu
Image from the exhibition.
Images from the debate. From left to right in the above image: Eugen Radescu (chairman of Pavilion), Felix Vogel (curator of Bucharest Biennale 4), Razvan Ion (director of Pavilion), Anja Casser (curator, director of Badischer Kunstverein).
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