PAVILION is a journal for politics and culture which by its name alludes to the relative temporary structure of contemporary culture. The journal features wide-ranging, multi-disciplinary content in each issue, by means of the varied formats of columns, essays, interviews and artistic projects. As a temporary structure allows a deconstruction of the systems supporting and underlying what has been called the “experience economy”.
PAVILION addresses itself to readers which are interested in contemporary culture and art as well as recent political and social issues. Our publication does not only want to describe contemporary phenomena but with its militant attitude, it endeavours to intervene in cultural, political and social life.
PAVILION aims to publish a mixture of established and upcoming artists, theoreticians and writers. Moreover, we publish brand-new texts as well as articles dealing with important themes of the recent years.
PAVILION – journal for politics and culture is the generator of BUCHAREST BIENNALE: BUCHAREST BIENNALE, PAVILION journal, PAVILION center & BUCHAREST FILM BIENNALE are projects of artphoto asc.
BUCHAREST BIENNALE, PAVILION & BUCHAREST FILM BIENNALE are registred trade marks of artphoto asc.
All projects are devised and founded by Răzvan Ion & Eugen Rădescu.Tweet