Deimantas Narkevičius’ solo exhibition “Archaeology of Memories” at the former KGB headquarters

2015 06 12 - 2015 08 15
On 12 June 2015 at 18.00 the solo exhibition “Archaeology of Memories” by the internationally renowned Lithuanian contemporary artist Deimantas Narkevičius will open in the Corner House (the former KGB headquarters) in Riga. This is the first time that works

To Bolderaja I Go – exhibition dedicated to walks to Bolderaja

2015 05 25 - 2015 06 18 / 6.30 pm
The exhibition ‘To Bolderaja I Go’ opens on 25th May at 6.30pm at the LCCA’s Office gallery (Alberta Street 13). It is organised in commemoration of 2015 as the Year of Hardijs Lediņš. It will feature a video installation and photographic

Assembly on the state of criticism

2015 04 22 / 2 pm
22 April, 2015 Art Academy of Latvia, Kalpaka bulvāris 13, Rīga, Latvia What are the conditions that enable one to speak? When does the need to speak become prerequisite? Why does the self-censorship occur? Why does criticism need to rehabilitate its

ARMPIT: Pavilion of Latvia at the 56th International Art Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia

The Latvian pavilion at the 56th International Art Exhibition will present Armpit, a multimedia art installation by Katrīna Neiburga and Andris Eglītis. It is a sculpted system of building constructions interwoven with video-stories about a peculiar local phenomenon, “garage elves”,

Call for Applications for the Second LCCA Summer School “This is Tomorrow!”

Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art (LCCA) invites young and emerging artists, art critics, curators and cultural project managers from the Baltic States to apply for the second LCCA Summer School titled This is Tomorrow! that will take place in the

kim? Residency Award 2015

kim? Contemporary Art Centre has announced that the winner of kim? Residency Award 2015 in cooperation with KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin is Darja Meļņikova. As the winner of the first kim? Residency Award she will spend two months in spring 2015 (May 15 – July

Miķelis Fišers announced the winner of “Purvītis Prize 2015”

Having received the highest score from the jury, the winner of the fourth Purvītis Prize is artist Miķelis Fišers. Tonight at an official ceremony Māra Lāce, Director of the Latvian National Art Museum, and Jānis Zuzāns, Chairman of the Board

Open Call for “Survival K(n)it 7”

The Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art (LCCA) invites artists to submit ideas for the “Survival K(n)it 7” International Contemporary Arts Festival which will take place in September 2015! The Festival of 2015 will be developed as a series of exhibitions

The Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art Announces the Second Season of the “LCCA Evening School”, its Cycle of Art-critical Text Readings and Seminars

The LCCA has opened the second season of the “LCCA Evening School”, its cycle of art-critical text reading workshops, guest lectures and seminars. The cycle is based on exploring the current contemporary art processes in order to foster the development

Artists of the Baltic States will compete again for the Young Painter Prize

  Young Painter Prize 2014 is again looking for new talents in the Baltic States and seeks to present the most perspective and significant painters of the young generation. The selective exhibition of  Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian painters’ art works