Exhibition "Portable Landscapes: Memories and Imaginaries of Refugee Modernism"
The Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art in collaboration with the James Gallery at the Graduate Center, CUNY opens an exhibition "Portable Landscapes: Memories and Imaginaries of Refugee Modernism" on November 19.
“Cosmic Existence” – first exhibition of the project “Unexpected Encounters”
“Unexpected Encounters” is a research and exhibition project that explores the relationship between science fiction, art and processes in society, and is initiated by the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art.
Akureyri Art Museum is opening the exhibition of Latvian contemporary art
From 1 June to 22 September 2019, Iceland’s Northern Capital, Akureyri, will host the exhibition of Latvian contemporary art Talaðu við mig! / Runā ar mani! / Talk To Me! representing works from the collection of the Latvian National Museum of Art.
The exhibition of historical records “We want to be free, we will be free!”
The exhibition of historical records “We want to be free, we will be free!” is dedicated to the formation of the State of Latvia in the context of showing neighbouring countries Lithuania and Estonia, as well as Poland and Finland, which were founded or reinstated after World War One and also celebrate their centenaries in 2017–2018.
Textile art project #100dečiLatvijai
Textile art project #100dečiLatvijai by Annele Slišāne is a personal present to Latvia in its hundred year anniversary. 100 rugs woven during 100 weeks, every from a different material. 100 stories in Latvian and Latgalian languages, all published in the book #100dečiLatvijai.
Song and Dance Celebration exhibition in Kuldiga County Museum
As part of Latvia’s centenary celebrations, Kuldiga County Museum invites to learn more about the Song and Dance Celebration which has played a very important role in uniting the Latvian nation, giving an opportunity to stand united in singing, dancing and playing music through the ages.