Dénes Farkas’ personal exhibition ‘How-to-calm-yourself-after-seeing-a-dead-body Techniques’ at Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia

2017 04 21 - 2017 06 04
Dénes Farkas’ personal exhibition How-to-calm-yourself-after-seeing-a-dead-body Techniques focuses on issues of choice, uncertainty, insecurity and preparedness, highlighting the contingency of normality and casting doubt on the production of truth and scientific rationality. The exhibition comprises of site-speficic spatial and audio installations

‘Killer Image: Shifting Modes of Desire’ at Hobusepea gallery

2017 04 27 - 2017 05 15
The artists comment on their exhibition as follows: „There are two instruments for purposeful manipulating: material and idea. The sum of all possibilities is an imperceptible chaos where order should be created while ignoring disorder. We are interpreting mental ideas

Duet of Artists from Different Eras: Jānis Borgs and Kaspars Groševs

On 4 May an exhibition of Jānis Borgs (1946) and Kaspars Groševs (1983), vivid artists from two eras, will open at the Latvian National Museum of Art (LNMA) as part of the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art’s cycle of exhibitions

Opening of the New RIXC Gallery with the F5 Exhibition

2017 05 03 - 2017 06 20 / 5 pm
We welcome you to the opening of the new RIXC Gallery and the exhibition by F5 on Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017 at 17.00, address – Lencu iela 2, Riga! The exhibition programme of the new RIXC Gallery will be launched

‘Futures’ curated by Gerda Paliušytė at Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius

In the New Yorker article dedicated to the premier of the tenth season of The X-Files, a hit television series of the 90s*, Joshua Rothman relates the rebirth in popularity of retro-futurism with the confused political policies of the current

Exhibition ‘Place where everything is better’ at Valga museum, Estonia

2017 05 09 - 2017 06 03
Exhibition „Place where everything is better” researches the popular opinion in Latvia – life in Estonia is better than in Latvia – through the language of conceptual and visual art. Almost all studies about local situation in economy, politics and

Exhibition ‘Frozen Fraction’ by artist Das Vegas at Reactor Hall, Stockholm

The project “Frozen Fraction” is exhibition and site-specific installation. The exhibition is part of “Art Value” project, which examines the notion of political economy and neoliberal values in the art processes, i.e. production, circulation and consumption. It is a speculative

Photo reportage from the exhibition ΜΗΧΑΝΙΚΟΣ by Amalie Smith at Alma gallery

ALMA Gallery and Riga Photography Biennial present a solo exhibition of work by Danish artist and writer Amalie Smith. The large double screen video installation ΜΗΧΑΝΙΚΟΣ takes its title from an odd Greek folk dance from the island of Kalymnos.

All options are better options. Robertas Narkus in conversation with Borbála Soós

Borbála Soós is a London based curator, currently undertaking a residency at Rupert, Vilnius. As a former collaborator of Robertas Narkus (she hosted his project , Turbulance 3 – curated by Juste Kostikovaite, at Tenderpixel in London in 2014), she

Photo reportage from the exhibition by Vsevolod Kovalevskij at Kurant gallery, Tromsø

This, was a video of possibilities. This, is a map of The image, and imagination. Through which, we journey. A dance of ever changing pixels, Pixels, moving down, left, up & right, on the axis of verticality and horizontality… While