PAVILIONStrada Băiculești 29, București, Romania
PAVILION functioned in Piața Victoriei, at the ground floor of a “hruschiov” type apartment building – named after the communist leader of the USSR during the 1960s. After, placed between buildings which are emblematic to the type of architecture specific to Bucharest during the interwar period and also within close distance from the academic centre of the city.
PAVILION is a work-in-progress independent space, a space for the production and research in the fields of visual, discursive and performative. It is a space of the critical thinking, and it promotes an artistic perspective implying the social and political involvement of the art and of the cultural institutions.