Photo reportage from group show ‘Goddess Ex Machina’ at Tartu Art House

Group exhibition ‘Goddess Ex Machina’ is devoted to the investigation of images of women in contemporary society, which often oscillate between two extremes. On the one hand, conforming to the popular practices of ‘treating yourself’ and ‘feminine happiness’ which often

‘GODDESS EX MACHINA’ group exhibition of Latvian contemporary art at Tartu Art House

2017 11 17 - 2017 12 10 / 7 pm
Author of the concept and curator: Jana Kukaine Idea for the project and assistant curator: Šelda Puķīte Participants: Rasa Jansone, Anda Magone, Inga Meldere, Ingrīda Pičukāne, Eva Vēvere Graphic identity: Ingrīda Pičukāne Exhibition opening at 19.00 Group exhibition Goddess Ex

I Touch, You Touch, We All Touch

  The women-only exhibition, I Touch Myself, by five Latvian women artists – Ingrīda Pičukāne, Rasa Jansone, Inga Meldere, Eva Vēvere and Anda Magone – was exhibited to museum-going audiences at the Latvian National Museum of Art from the 9th

Exhibition ‘I Touch Myself’ at Latvian National Museum of Art

2017 03 09 - 2017 04 23
The exhibition “I Touch Myself” will be on show in the Cupola Hall of the main building of the Latvian National Museum of Art in Riga (1 Janis Rozentāls Square) from 9 March to 23 April 2017. “You become whatever

Mooste Passages

Just like the exhibition Omega 3 is devoted to something that is dying out and past its ‘use-by’ date (it could be a certain form of agriculture, or a type of work organisation with the instrument and interiors that are

Photo reportage from the exhibition “Omega 3” in Mooste, Estonia

In the Southeastern corner of Estonia there is a rich cultural life fermenting in the village of Mooste. One can find everything from the idyll to the forgotten, industry and agriculture, craft and contemporary art. On July 2nd the unique

Photo reportage from Gold of Jurkalne. Eva Vēvere and Laura Prikule

The exhibition took place from 15 to 27 of June and everyone were welcomed to take part in its process. It has been created as an interactive art game; for two weeks the exhibition was an exchange point of different