This year Latvia's pavilion at the Venice Biennale from May 11 to November 26 was visited by 230,000 people - the greatest number so far for Latvia, reports. 

Artist Miķelis Fišers represented Latvia with the darkly humorous and zany exhibition, 'What Can Go Wrong', touted by culture media for its hilarity and subject matter.

"The Upcoming" put it among the top ten pavilions of the 2017 Biennale, saying, "Unafraid to use humour, the installation points to the bizarre things human beings find to fear in the face of genuinely unsettling changes in our environment and government."

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