The project engages curation, events and public realm design in order to create a place for cultural risk in Mayfair’s context of extreme economic pressure. The image above forms part of Pablo’s response to our strategy, a ‘Moveable festival pavilion in celebration of the Society of Antiquaries’.
The May Fair was presented to the Royal Academy of Arts and exhibited in October 2014.
- Client: The Royal Academy of Arts
- Value: N/A
- Date: 2014
- Collaborators: Pablo Bronstein, support from Project Centre.
- Status: Proposal
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