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The largest annual contemporary art festival in the Baltics Survival Kit 9 announces artist list

In September, for already the ninth year the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art will be holding the largest annual contemporary art event in the Baltics Survival Kit. This year it has been titled “Becoming an Apricot * an Apple * a Crow * a Tree * a Cockroach * a Glacier * a Plant * a Mushroom * a Shell * a Bird * Algae ”, and will be directed towards the broadening of perception and learning from nature.

LCCA Announces a Duet of Artists from Different Eras: Atis Ieviņš and Inga Meldere

On 1 June, the second exhibition of Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art's exhibition cycle Divdabis will be opened at the Latvian National Museum of Art, featuring photographer, passionate experimenter with technologies and author of critically ironic commentary on Soviet society, Atis Ieviņš, and contemporary artist Inga Meldere. Exhibition is on view until 2 July.

Riga Photography Biennial Off-Year 2017

As part of Riga Photography Biennial Off-Year 2017 programme: Discussion "Longing for a Border" dedicated to young artists in the context of contemporary photography and Adam Mazur’s lecture "What Does a Woman Want?" Thoughts on the New Polish Photography’

Exhibition series 'Twofold'

Exhibition

From May to August, the Latvian National Museum of Art (LNMA) will host a series of three exhibitions produced by the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art (LCCA) under the title Twofold, which will continue one of the main focuses of the LCCA – to study recent art, marking the significance of history in the contemporary art scene.

The "Samanta" feminist zine will be opened at the LCCA Office Gallery

At 6.30pm on Thursday, 2nd February, the "Samanta" feminist zine will be unveiled at the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art’s Office Gallery. Visitors to the event are invited to arrive for a "Red Yoga" session conducted by Agnija Tiļļa at 5.30pm. Artist Ingrīda Pičukāne’s work on the "Red River" mural at the LCCA Office Gallery will be concluding simultaneously with the opening of "Samanta" zine.