For the 17th time, Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Center is staging the International Painting Symposium “Mark Rothko”, receiving nine artists from seven countries.
The controversial mural on the wall of Rīga Secondary School no. 40 has been supplemented with some unwarranted street art on the night to September 1, according to the foundation Mākslai vajag telpu (Art needs space).
A newly painted mural “Tribute to Džemma Skulme” by the head of the Painting Department of the Latvian Academy of Art Kristians Brekte, has produced mixed reactions in the society. People have even initiated signature collections for the removal of the mural.
Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre, in cooperation with the Latvian Center for Contemporary Ceramics, is hosting the ninth international ceramic art symposium “Ceramic Laboratory”.
Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Center has launched its new exhibition season, where artists explore the chromatic properties of light through different colors and media.
The second season of the open-air art exhibition "Wilderness" (Savvaļa), opened June 12 featuring works of art have been created (and more that will be created on the spot during the summer) by various Latvian and international artists.
From 5 June through 25 July, Rīga Art Space (3 Kungu Street, Rīga) is hosting a new exhibition project, titled GEO, featuring contemporary paintings from the Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre collection.
As museums and other art spaces in Latvia reopen for individual visitors, artist Māris Čačka’s solo show “Direct Dialogues”, featuring vast works on canvas, is ready to receive visitors at Daugavpils Local History and Art Museum (Latvia).
Latvia's long-running #IamIntrovert campaign based on the idea that the nation's writers are a bunch of borderline misanthropic sociophobes is still going strong, and is now appearing at the London Design Biennale.
April 21 to May 4, the first pilot project for the safe resumption of public activities at cultural venues was implemented at the Latvian National Museum of Art (LNMM) and was met with great interest, museum representatives said May 5.
From April 21 to May 4, the first pilot project promoted by the Ministry of Culture for the safe resumption of public activities of cultural sites will be implemented at the Latvian National Museum of Art (LNMM).
On April 6, an exhibition by Latvian photographer Andris Zēgners opened in Tokyo, Bunkyo University, Latvian Radio reported April 13.
With museums and galleries closed, the arts center Zuzeum has opened a special “restaurant” on the food delivery app Wolt — the exhibition “Zuzeum Art Preview”, Zuzeum's representatives said March 24.
The Latvian National Museum of Art (LNMM) has acquired an impressive amount of new artwork to add to the collection, Latvian Television reported February 23.
If you are a profesisonal artist, the Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Center is seeking your input to decide on future exhibitions at the unique site in Latvia's second-largest city, which could result in your work hanging alongside that of Rothko himself.
The Riga Photography Biennial’s NEXT and ISSP Gallery’s Award for the competition ‘Seeking the Latest in Photography!’ has been presented to Visvaldas Morkevičius (Lithuania) for his series ‘Looking forward to meet Me’. The winning series by Visvaldas Morkevičius will be exhibited during his solo exhibition at the ISSP Gallery as part of the Riga Photography Biennial – NEXT 2021 Programme. The exhibition will launch in April 2021.
The annual Staro Rīga (Shine Rīga) festival of light has been postponed until the beginning of the next year, organizer Diāna Čivle said November 5.
Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre is launching a new a product – an opportunity to purchases an annual admission ticket named the 'Annual Card'.
Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art (LLMC) program Together provides for the creation of 10 new public artworks in Rīga and regional cities, LLMC said September 28.
From 3rd of October until 8th of November Riga Photography Biennial 2020 exhibition ‘On Photographic Beings’ will be on show at Latvian National Museum of Art.
On August 26, the Liepāja Museum will open an exhibition titled “Kabuki 歌舞伎.” Japan's 19th-century ukiyo-e, Liepāja Museum representatives said August 11.
The second edition of the Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art (RIBOCA2) opens to the public from 20 August - 13 September 2020, bringing together 65 participants and 9 collectives at the Andrejsala industrial port area in Riga.
For centuries, amber has been in the center of Latvian crafts, arts, and jewelry, now bearing not only aesthetic but also historical value. Liepāja Museum has opened an exhibition "Amber in close-up", revealing jewelry created in the second half of the 20th century, said Rus.lsm.lv August 2.
Every Monday, in the courtyard of the cultural venue "Tu jau zini Kur" on Tallinas Street, the curtain falls to reveal a weekly wonder of contemporary art, representatives told Latvian Television July 28.
On Thursday, July 9, artist Lidija Zaneripa's exhibition "Rolis" will be opened at the RIXC Gallery. The artist will focus on the aesthetic, graphic and functional properties of instant noodles via digital images and three-dimensional sculptures, said RIXC representatives on July 6.