Saturday, 20 June 2015


First, the Japanese pavilion with Chiharu Shiota. Second, the Russian pavilion with Irina Nakhova. The third... I don't remember...sorry. The fourth, the Hungarian pavilion with Szilard Cseke.



Bohemian girl said...

Cool, I like it, the Japanese piece is grand. The Russian one too, and significant.
Have a nice time in Venice and thanks for a personal minireport :]

Sydney said...

wish we had easy access to art shows here in malaysia

Sue Marrazzo said...

SO So Cool!