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

Nordic, Baltic and Ukrainian contemporary art exhibition at the National Art Museum of Ukraine

“Identity. Behind the Curtain of Uncertaint” – the Nordic, Baltic and Ukrainian contemporary art exhibition at the National Art Museum of Ukraine will open to the public on the 19th of March and will be on view untill May 22.

The Concept of Double Performativity in the Baltic Video Art

In this article I will focus on discussing the politics of gender representation as it is manifested through the female body in video performances made by women artists in the Baltic States. I will analyse how the concept of gender

Video reportage from Latvian Contemporary Art Museum’s collection display “…for a occurance to become an adventure…” at Riga Art Space

Since 2005 ABLV Bank have been accumulating a collection of contemporary art, to become part of the collection of the Contemporary Art Museum as soon as it is built. With the exhibition “…for an occurrence to become an adventure…” at