This year’s 59th Venice Biennale was born during the pandemic, so, unconventionally, it was largely organized online. The result, laced together by the evocative title Milk of Dreams, borrowed from Laura Carrington’s book, is an imaginary journey through physical space, full of surreal, dreamlike elements and sci-fi-themed installations.
This year, the Hungarian Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale will feature an exhibition by Zsófia Keresztes, entitled After Dreams: I Dare to Defy the Damage. The exhibition seeks to explore the ambivalent relationship of past and present to the future and the stages of finding identity in four major
The staff of the Hungarian Pavilion at the Dubai World Expo will be wearing THEFOUR and Elysian uniforms. The winning outfits of the uniform competition were presented to the press on Thursday.
In 2019, Expo 2020 Hungary Nkft. announced a competition to design the uniforms of the staff representing the
After having been delayed a year, the exhibition of the Hungarian Pavilion of the 17th Venice Biennale of Architecture has finally opened its doors. We managed to interview the curators right at the venue of the exhibition: the architects of Paradigma Ariadné, Attila Róbert Csóka, Szabolcs Molnár, Dávid Smiló as
The concept of the Hungarian pavilion at the 2022 Venice Biennale profoundly reflects the challenges of our times, a situation in which digital presence becomes almost mandatory as the only possible way of human connection. The monumental mosaic sculptures of Zsófia Keresztes materialize a merge of virtuality and reality. The
Even though we are quite saddened by the fact that the 2020 International
Architecture Biennale was postponed, we for sure gained something with it: we
can visit all the iconic buildings that will be in the center of attention in
the Hungarian Pavilion. In the framework of the walking tours
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