Photo reportage from Daiga Grantiņa’s exhibition ‘Heap-core,,, ‘

Heap-core,,, is the Paris-based artist’s, Daiga Grantiņa’s, first solo-exhibition in Riga. The expression integrated in the title refers to the outward direction of formal (hard-core) motion, accumulated somewhere in the inner core. The exhibition hall is transformed into a site-specific

Photo reportage from ‘Sculpture Quadrennial Riga’

Contemporary sculpture and installation festival Sculpture Quadrennial Riga “Conservatism and Liberalism” runs from September 10th to October 28th. Festival is about to discover fragile border between conservatism and liberalism through events taking place in Riga city and Wagner hall. Photography

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Le Cygne’ by Ēriks Apaļais at Alma gallery

Le vierge, le vivace et le bel aujourd’hui Va-t-il nous déchirer avec un coup d’aile ivre Ce lac dur oublié que hante sous le givre Le transparent glacier des vols qui n’ont pas fui ! Un cygne d’autrefois se souvient

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Nothing Lost, Nothing Found’ by Evita Vasiļjeva at 427 Gallery

The white wall seen through the empty frame adds to an antiseptic atmosphere. A fluorescent light placed conspicuously in front of the object suggests being in a workplace with an object still under construction. But as one gets closer, the

Photo reportage from the exhibition “The Harmony of Chaos” at ALMA gallery, Riga

The Harmony of Chaos is curated by Elīna Sproģe and it will be on view at Alma Gallery until 5th of August 2016. Artists: Camille Henrot (FR/USA), Daiga Grantiņa (LV/FR), Māra Brīvere (LV) The conceptual basis for the exhibition is

Photo reportage from XII Baltic Triennial, Riga

The exhibition organized by kim? Contemporary Art Center and Contemporary Art Centre (CAC), Vilnius in collaboration with Dailes Theater reiterates the XII Baltic Triennial* as it opened in Vilnius on September 4, 2015, in a setting which despite some major

Video interviews with kim? Residency Award nominees: Ēriks Apaļais, Ieva Epnere, Inga Meldere, Katrīna Neiburga

kim? Contemporary Arts Centre announces the second iteration of the kim? Residency Award, this year in partnership with International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) in New York. The current nominees, artists selected for this Award by the international jury, are

Photo reportage from JOY AND MIRROR. PORT CITY at gallery 427

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

Photo reportage from the exhibition by Ojārs Pētersons at gallery Alma

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

Photo reportage from Donna Huanca’s exhibition at kim? Contemporary Art Centre

I clambered over mounds and mounds Of polystyrene foam And fell into a swimming pool Filled with fairy snow And watched the world turn day-glo you know you know The world turned day-glo you know I wrenched the nylon curtains