Photo reportage from Dafna Maimon’s solo show ‘Family Business: Power Failure’ at kim? Contemporary Art Centre

Family Business: Power Failure is the fourth in a series of exhibitions and performances inspired by autobiographical and micro historical research into a family-owned business– Finland’s first kebab and falafel restaurant Orient Express, which introduced Finns to the delicacies of the

Photo reportage from ‘Alonso! It’s Elastic’ by Martin Kohout at 427

You’ve crossed all the red lights in the city and you still haven’t had enough? In that case, you’re welcome.   Berlin-based, Czech-born artist Martin Kohout’s early study background is in cinematography. He has been active in the international art

Photo reportage from Kristaps Ancāns’ exhibition ‘For Household Use’ at Careva contemporary, Riga

“For Household Use” is a first solo show in Riga by Kristaps Ancāns (b. Livani, Latvia, 1990, based in London, UK). Ancans nourishes his artistic practice with concept of artificial nostalgia (having an image in ones head of how things

‘Undersong’ by Lina Lapelytė and Indrė Šerpytytė at Kim? Contemporary Art Centre

Undersong is an exhibition of Lithuanian artists Lina Lapelytė and Indrė Šerpytytė co-organised by the Vilnius-based art centre, Rupert. Following Rupert’s commitment to supporting a young generation of Lithuanian artists in reaching an international audience, the art centre shows two

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘In the Truth’ by Toms Harjo at Kim?

In the Truth[1] tackles the narrative of a person’s relationship with religion in a vastly secular-minded world. A young person’s efforts of living according to the principles of the Bible and dealing with the fear of being alienated by parts

‘From a Body I Spent’ by Felix Kalmenson at Kim? Contemporary Art Centre

‘Sometimes, waking, I forget where I am’, I imagine Felix telling me over the phone. ‘I am glad to know what I am worth, as everyday raptures. My collected customs like words begin to form a certain vocabulary, cliffs for

‘The Beginning is the End is the Beginning’ by Edgars Gluhovs at Careva contemporary, Riga

A stamp is a means to reproduce something almost indefinitely through repetition. The medium of the stamp tends to symbolize approval, green-lighting, verification, leaving of a definitive mark. The stamp-marks on otherwise empty sheets of white paper in the pieces

‘Institutional Gambling’ by Ēriks Apaļais at Alma gallery

A game of table tennis was staged in the Latvian National Museum of Art’s Constructivism and Cubism Art Galleries. Attired in sports clothing, the painter of geometric snowmen Ēriks Apaļais and LNMA Director Māra Lāce started to warm up, alternately

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Light Works’ by Paula Vītola at RIXC Gallery

‘Light Works’ is an artistic research in the world of technology with an attempt to hack, understand and expose it. The light in the artworks is used as a physical phenomenon, information carrier and the main motive, inviting to think

Photo reportage from solo show ‘Rubbings’ by Kevin Beasley at Kim? Contemporary Art Centre

Kim? Contemporary Art Centre is pleased to present the first European solo exhibition by American artist Kevin Beasley. For his solo show Rubbings, Beasley presents a constellation of objects, instruments and locally sourced artifacts embedded with microphones. Collecting the sounds

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