Exhibition 'I was born and grew up in the Baltic marshland' at the CUT ART Gallery

2024 05 10 — 2024 06 15
Author Echo Gone Wrong
Published in Events in Latvia

CUT ART Gallery is proud to announce the opening of exhibition “I was born and grew up in the Baltic marshland” featuring the compelling works of artists Marianna Volkova and Zanda Guste. The exhibition will open on May 10, and visitors will be able to visit the exhibition from 12:00 to 18:00. The exhibition will run until June 15.

Through a captivating juxtaposition of photography and visual art,  “I was born and grew up in the Baltic marshland”  offers viewers a multifaceted exploration of the cultural heritage and natural landscapes of the Baltic region.

Marianna Volkova, a renowned journalist and photographer, presents an collection of portraits capturing the essence of the late Joseph Brodsky, the acclaimed poet. Viewers will have the opportunity to witness Brodsky through Marianna’s lens, experiencing the enigmatic nature of his being as he was born and raised amidst the Baltic marshes. These photographs, taken during Marianna’s time in New York, offer a rare glimpse into the poet’s life and legacy.

Complementing Marianna’s introspective portraits, Zanda Guste, emerging artist, invites viewers on a journey through the diverse landscapes of the Baltic region. Through her minimalist approach and keen eye for natural forms and materials, Guste’s artworks evoke a sense of tranquility and introspection, reflecting the beauty and resilience of the Baltic coastline.

“We are thrilled to present  “I was born and grew up in the Baltic marshland”  a thought-provoking exhibition that celebrates the rich cultural heritage and natural beauty of the Baltic region,” says Gallery owner Viktorija Zaiceva. “Through the lens of Marianna Volkova’s evocative portraits and the artistic vision of Zanda Guste, viewers will embark on a captivating journey of self-discovery and reflection.”

For more information, please contact:

Gallery Address: Alberta Street 1, Rīga, LV-1010 (entrance from the corner of Alberta and Antonijas Streets)