Two pavilions that stand 10 metres high and are connected by a rose garden measuring 25 metres long make up Rose Walk. The two pavilions are constructed in two different architectural styles; the other is chinoiserie-inspired, while the first is gothic.
One of Pablo Bronstein’s largest outdoor pieces is the Rose Walk. These large, ornate structures serve as both entrances to the confined promenade and decorative frames for it.
Alongside the addition of Rose Walk to the collection, Jupiter Artland commissioned a live performance that responded to the artwork’s opposing architectural forms, which added an extra dimension to the exhibition.