Hungarian Pavilion Puts up Vantage Point at Venice Exhibition
A vantage point reinterpreting free space will be the main attraction at the Hungarian pavilion of the 16th international architecture exhibition that opened in Venice.
The installation mounted atop the Hungarian pavilion was inspired by the event in which Budapest’s historic Liberty Bridge was “spontaneously occupied”by the public as it was closed for traffic due to its renovation in 2016, the national commissioner for the Hungarian pavilion, Júlia Fabényi, said.
Photo: Balogh Zoltán/ MTI.
The Hungarian pavilion can be visited from Saturday until November 25.