12.06.2020 – 19.07.2020 Born out of author’s fascination with Ancient Egypt and conceptual artistic experiments, collages displayed in Pharaoh’s Treasures are visual stories created by Atis Ievins. The exhibition is part of Riga Photomonth 2020 programme.
“I can almost hear birds”
06.02.2020 – 05.04.2020 Maxim Sarychau investigates oblivion and geopolitical invisibility surrounding the history of Maly Trascianec. He touches upon what happened, the lack of knowledge surrounding the events at this camp, and subsequent omission of the truth by the ruling governments.
“Portraits and landscapes”
12.12.2019.–02.02.2020. Vilis Ridzenieks was a versatile and vivid personality in the history of Latvian photography in the first half of the 20th century. The photographer was endowed with great workability and a strong sense of mission to capture time, nature and people.
“The Body of Propaganda”
07.11.2019 – 08.12.2019 The exhibition deals with the transformation of the cult of the body in the post-Soviet space, with a particular interest in Ukraine. In the discourse of a given historic epoch, body and corporality have always represented social and cultural processes taking place in a particular historic period. The history of body, or problematization of the categories of body reflected major cultural, political, and economic trends.
26.09.2019 – 03.11.2019 Exhibition is a very personal project, as the author’s father was from Latgale (one of the four historical and cultural regions of Latvia) and Ilmārs spent there many summers as a child during his childhood. What we know well seems to be ordinary, and we often do not notice the peculiar, unique and fading.