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Black, white & red

Black, white & red

An exhibition that will offer an insight into the perception and history of three of the most influential colors of all time, seen through the prism of fashion.

Tickets
  • 21 October — 30 April
  • Modes muzejs
  • € 0 - 7
An exhibition that will offer an insight into the perception and history of three of the most influential colors of all time, seen through the prism of fashion. Tickets
text is not our type

text is not our type

An exhibition dedicated to the materiality and form of the book.

Tickets
  • 18 January — 30 August
  • National Library of Latvia
  • Free
An exhibition dedicated to the materiality and form of the book. Tickets
Life after Death

Life after Death

A new exhibition about the generational change in Latvian museums, and particularly the problematics of history museums founded during the Soviet occupation.

Tickets
  • 1 March — 31 August
  • Pauls Stradiņš Museum of the History of Medicine
  • € 0 - 5
A new exhibition about the generational change in Latvian museums, and particularly the problematics of history museums founded during the Soviet occupation. Tickets
Body Poetry

Body Poetry

An exhibition that will highlight dance world legends - Isadora Duncan and Raymond Duncan - and the Plastic Dance Tradition in Latvia During the 1920s and 1930s.

Tickets
  • 5 March — 1 February
  • Romans Suta and Aleksandra Beļcova Museum
  • € 3.5 - 8
An exhibition that will highlight dance world legends - Isadora Duncan and Raymond Duncan - and the Plastic Dance Tradition in Latvia During the 1920s and 1930s. Tickets
Bricks

Bricks

An exhibition in the Riga Art Nouveau Centre that will present bricks made in Latvia in the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, with a focus on craftsmen who built the most magnificent Riga houses.

Tickets
  • 9 March — 26 May
  • Riga Art Nouveau Centre
  • € 2 - 9
An exhibition in the Riga Art Nouveau Centre that will present bricks made in Latvia in the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, with a focus on craftsmen who built the most magnificent Riga houses. Tickets