Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Shared History’ at the Art Museum ‘Riga Bourse’

Contemporary art exhibition “Shared History”, organized by the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, will take place at the Art Museum “Riga Bourse” from September 22 to November 30, 2018. Artists: Ieva Balode & Alexey Murashko, Claire Holt, Minna Henriksson, Tanel

Exhibition ‘Shared History’ at the Art Museum ‘Riga Bourse’

2018 09 22 - 2018 11 30
Contemporary art exhibition “Shared History”, organized by the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, will take place at the Art Museum “Riga Bourse” from September 22 to November 30, 2018. Artists: Ieva Balode & Alexey Murashko, Claire Holt, Minna Henriksson, Tanel

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.

Köler Prize 2015. Exhibition of Nominees

2015 04 25 - 2015 06 14
The Köler Prize is an art prize that was founded by the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia (EKKM) in 2011. Every year, five artists or art groups of Estonian descent or permanently residing in Estonia are nominated based on their

City of Dreams. Text Art in Tartu 2002–2015

2015 04 10 - 2015 05 31
On Friday 10th of April the exhibition “City of Dreams. Text Art in Tartu 2002–2015” will be opened in Tartmus. It uses the most famous works to offer an introduction to the text based practices that have become one of

Dubious Friendships. On the “(Re)construction of Friendship” exhibition in Riga

This summer the group exhibition “(Re)construction of friendship” was site-specifically installed at the Corner House in Riga, the main building of the State Security Committee (SSC) until 1991 and one of the key attractions of “Riga 2014”. The mediated reconstruction

Photo reportage from ART IST KUKU NU UT – PRADA PRAVDA

ART IST KUKU NU UT is an annual contemporary art festival located in Tartu, Estonia that took place for the fourth time this year. The exhibition PRADA PRAVDA was built upon a wordplay that involves notions like capitalism, communism, consumerism,

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