With a total area of 150 m2, the Pavilion is the largest temporary structure on New Holland Island. It is equipped to accommodate a variety of events, including small-scale exhibitions, lectures, and educational programs. The Pavilion was designed by architect Sergey Bukin. It hosted an exhibition of work by the recipients of the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art artist grants, Tsiolkovsky. Second advent exhibition by Arseny Zhilyaev, Dutch museum posters from the Vladimir Krichevsky collection, Bone Music Exhibition and David Bowie. Rock’n’roll with me photo collection.
From April through October, the Pavilion on New Holland Island hosts Lecture Hall, a series of educational programs, spanning various areas of interest. For 2019, the project comprises 10 programmes: the Seance magazine film-club, the European University at St. Petersburg lectures, the philosophy programme, a series of lectures by the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, lectures on architecture from Project Baltia magazine, social science lectures from the Higher School of Economics at St. Petersburg, lectures on science and technology from ITMO University, lectures on graphic design prepared by the New Holland Island design department, as well as a programme of lectures on contemporary theatre and performance theory and practice.
Lecture Hall was devised to help bring high quality educational initiatives to a wider audience. The topics for the lectures are specially selected to appeal to a broad range of ages and demographics.