“Tri Devici Pod Oknom” by Alexandra Zuckerman at Museum of Decorative Arts and Design, Riga

2016 02 11 - 2016 04 13 / 5 pm
Borrowing its title from a popular Russian fairytale, the exhibition, organized by kim? Contemporary Art Centre presents a new series of works by contemporary Moscow-born Israeli artist Alexandra Zuckerman within the unique context of The Museum of Decorative Arts and

Solo exhibition by Ojārs Pētersons at gallery Alma

2016 01 22 - 2016 03 11 / 6 pm
Although Ojārs Pētersons describes his works as the exercises of a playing trainer and only succumbs to their interpretation with the greatest reluctance, in essence they are attempts at abstraction from generally accepted assertions. His works are rich in the

The analogue medium exhibition “Invisible Images” by Ieva Balode at the Office Gallery of the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art

2016 01 18 - 2016 02 19
The analogue medium exhibition “Invisible Images“ by Ieva Balode opened on 18th January at the Office Gallery of the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art. The creative practice of this artist combines theoretical research of analogue cinema and image with practical

Exhibition “Lost in the Archive” opens in February at Riga Art Space

2016 02 05 - 2016 03 27
The international contemporary art exhibition “Lost in the Archive”, organised by the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art in partnership with the Association of Culture Institutions of Riga Municipality, will be open from the 5th February at the exhibition hall Riga

JOY AND MIRROR. PORT CITY at gallery 427

2016 01 21 - 2016 02 26 / 7 pm
Joy and Mirror is a traveling artists residency that aims to rearrange and disrupt the landscape of cultural activities. Guided by a principle of joy, encounters with localities unfold in a mirroring mode. What if activities from Sardinia, Gardone Riviera

The opening of Hardijs Lediņš’ retrospective ‘Lediņš. Between This And The Other’ in November

A retrospective of Hardijs Lediņš’ creative practice and his influences ‘Lediņš. Between This And The Other’ will open to public on 13 November at the exhibition hall of the National Library of Latvia. It resonates with the spirit of Approximate

Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art launches the new publication that aims to capture the traces of Soviet era in our recent past

On September 18 at 6 pm Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art  presents the newly released publication Revisiting Footnotes. Footprints of the Recent Past in the Post-Socialist Region. It will take place within the framework of the Contemporary Art Festival Survival K(n)it

A look at the programme of the contemporary art festival “Survival K(n)it 7”

Already in its seventh year, the international contemporary art festival “Survival K(n)it 7” takes place in Riga, from September 4 to 20 offering a broad programme of events. Knitting, embedded in the wordplay of the title of “Survival K(n)it 7”,

The annual contemporary art festival Survival K(n)it 7 will take place in Riga in September

The international contemporary art festival Survival K(n)it 7 will take place in Riga from 4 to 20 September with over 40 artists and artist collectives participating. Set in the former building of the National Library of Latvia, it will consist

The Second LCCA Summer School This Is Tomorrow! is about to begin!

The Second LCCA Summer School This Is Tomorrow! organised by the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art will take place in art residency at Rucka manor, Cēsis, on June 6-11. For six days, young and emerging artists, art critics, curators and