Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian pavilions at the 58th Venice Biennale

  Lithuanian Pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale ‘Sun & Sea (Marina)’ Lina Lapelytė, Vaiva Grainytė, Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė 08 May – 31 October 2019 Marina Militare, Fondamenta Case Nuove 2738c Venice, Italy (Map: https://bit.ly/2uY43me) Opening Events: Vernissage: Friday 10 May,

Annual Art Festival Survival Kit 10.1 Announces Artists

The largest annual contemporary art festival in the Baltics, Survival Kit, which is organised by Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, will take place in Riga from 23 May till 30 June. The international exhibition and events programme with the participation

Winner of Purvītis Prize 2019: Ieva Epnere

Having gained the highest score from the international jury, Ieva Epnere was awarded the sixth Purvītis Prize at a special ceremony on 12 April 2019 at Art Centre “Zuzeum” in Riga, Latvia. At a ceremonial event, the winner of the

Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel appointed chief curator for the second edition of the Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art (RIBOCA2)

Agniya Mirgorodskaya is delighted to announce the appointment of Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel as chief curator for the second edition of the Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art, RIBOCA2, which will run from 16 May 2020 – 11 October 2020 in Riga,

Kim? Contemporary Art Centre welcomes Laima Ruduša, the new Executive Director

Kim? Contemporary Art Centre is pleased to introduce its new Executive Director, Laima Ruduša. As of April, the Executive Director will be responsible for fundraising, managerial oversight and coordination of the education program. Laima Ruduša studied Art History in Boston,

The Riga Photography Biennial – NEXT 2019 begins in April

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The Riga Photography Biennial – NEXT 2019 contemporary art event will take place in Riga and Berlin from 4 April until 28 June, inviting audiences to exhibitions, a portfolio review, lectures and a symposium about activism in the latest art

Kim? Contemporary Art Centre marks the beginning of its second decade by appointing Kaspars Groševs as its Programme Director

Kim? Contemporary Art Centre is pleased to introduce its new Programme Director, Kaspars Groševs, who will begin his new role at Kim? in April. Just as before, the Program Director will be responsible for developing and managing the organization’s exhibitions

Latvian Pavilion announces the title and theme of Daiga Grantiņa’s upcoming exposition at the 58th Venice Biennale

On February 18, Kim? Contemporary Art Centre and Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art together with the artist Daiga Grantiņa, Minister for Culture Dace Melbārde, curators Inga Lāce and Valentinas Klimašauskas, and director of the Latvian National Museum of Art Māra

Kim? Residency Award 2019 finalists announced

As part of its 10th anniversary programme, Kim? Contemporary Arts Centre (Riga, Latvia) has announced four finalists of the Kim? Residency Award 2019. The nominees are Kaspars Groševs, Atis Jākobsons, Andrejs Strokins and Diāna Tamane. The winner will spend two

Contemporary Art Festival SURVIVAL KIT to Explore ‘Outlands’

The largest annual contemporary art event in the Baltics SURVIVAL KIT 10: Outlands September 6 – 30 in the building of Riga Circus The tenth edition of SURVIVAL KIT, the largest annual contemporary art event in the Baltics organised by

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