Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Divdabis. Atis Ieviņš / Inga Meldere’ at the Latvian National Museum of Art

On 1 June, the second exhibition of Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art’s exhibition cycle Divdabis opened at the Latvian National Museum of Art, featuring photographer, passionate experimenter with technologies and author of critically ironic commentary on Soviet society, Atis Ieviņš,

LCCA Announces a Duet of Artists from Different Eras: Atis Ieviņš and Inga Meldere

On 1 June, the second exhibition of Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art’s exhibition cycle Divdabis will be opened at the Latvian National Museum of Art, featuring photographer, passionate experimenter with technologies and author of critically ironic commentary on Soviet society,

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

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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

kim? Residency Award finalists announced

kim? Contemporary Arts Centre is pleased to announce 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

Photo reportage from “Magic Mountain” by Inga Meldere

From 3 to 29 April Māksla XO gallery (Elizabetes st. 14, Riga) presents “Magic Mountain” exhibition by Inga Meldere. „Summer memories of my childhood in Latvian countryside. The fairy tail-like countryside was placed in the middle of the deep forest. Behind the forest

Photo and video from Inga Meldere’s and Oscar Santillan’s exhibition at Temnikova & Kasela gallery

Temnikova & Kasela features an exhibition by Latvian artist Inga Meldere and Ecuadorian artist Oscar Santillan. Meldere’s series of gentle watercolours address the relationship between personal and collective memory. The artist locates this relationship in geographical and cultural terms, creating

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