Young artists Laura Igoveņa’s and Ģirts Reiniks’ 'Vanishing Point' Photography Exhibition will open as part of the Riga Photomonth 2016 Festival at 6pm on Friday, 27th May, at the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art’s Office Gallery.
ARMPIT, a multimedia art installation by Latvian artists Katrīna Neiburga and Andris Eglītis, first created as the Latvian Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale (Venice, Italy), now is redesigned and installed at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
Latvian Centre for Contemporary announces a call for applications to the third Summer School 'Error?!' at Rucka Artist Residency, Cēsis, which will take place on June 11 - 16. Artists, art critics, curators, theoreticians of art and other fields as well culture project managers are invited to apply.
Application deadline: May 16
Solo exhibition Silbersee by artist Alexandra Navratil (Switzerland/Netherland) will open to public from April 20 until May 20 at the Office gallery of the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art. Her work slowly but steadily unveils a story of human impact on the Earth from a lake’s perspective. Exhibition is organized by Riga Photography Biennial 2016 in collaboration with LCCA.
Exhibition opening: April 19, 18:30.
The eighth international contemporary art festival Survival Kit will take place this autumn from 8-25 September in Riga. This year in response to observations and current affairs, the festival will focus on the acupuncture of society, viewing our modern day society as a body, searching for and locating its most painful points.
The Arton Foundation’s (Fundacja Arton) exhibition ‘Cinematographer's Exercise’, which studies and interprets video works from the foundation’s archives, will be showing at theOfice gallery of Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art from 11-15 April. As part of this exhibition, a special screening ‘Arton Review Europe’ featuring work by the 60s-80s Polish avant-garde and contemporary filmmakers will take place on Thursday 14 April at 6.30 pm with special guests from the foundation and artist Piotr Bosacki.
On March 29 at 18:00 Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art invites you for the next reading workshop of LCCA Evening School 'Art Criticism and the Baltics' with semiotician and art critic Indrek Grigor.
Drawing inspiration from the Art Magazine Reading Group operating in New York and London, the participants of the Evening School reading workshop are invited to read the spring issue of Estonian art and visual culture quaterly KUNST.EE. In addition to questions on the relevance, contents and role of such periodicals, we will turn to the strategies of art criticism and their relationship to the local context.
‘Identity. Behind the Curtain of Uncertainty’ – one of the major exhibitions of this decade of the North Eastern European contemporary art will open to public at the National Art museum of Ukraine on 19 March. The works by more than 30 artists from nine countries will be exhibited over the two museum floors.
In connection with the contemporary art exhibition “Lost in the Archive” an international symposium “Lost (and Found) in the Archive” will take place on 23rd of March, 11 pm-7 pm in the Riga Art Space. Seven lecturers will focus on the variety of mistakes, gaps and narratives that we can discover with the help of contemporary art archives.
The symposium is curated by Inga Lāce and Andra Silapētere (LCCA)