There is a new permanent exposition devoted to the history of medicine in Daugavpils Fortress next to the “White Horse” Art Gallery. One of the halls is fully devoted to contraception. The exhibition is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 pm to 16 pm.
The exhibition “Daugavpils Jewish Society and the Jewish Community” that displays 40 photographs depicting the life of Jews in Daugavpils from 1949 to 2019 can be seen in Daugavpils Synagogue.
The A sector of the Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre offers a great chance to observe the permanent exposition “Mark Rothko. Life and Art” and the exhibition of original works created by Mark Rothko, to become acquainted with the digital exposition about the artist’s biography and various periods of his oeuvre, to spend time in the video hall, silent room and in the library.
In the gallery of Daugavpils painter Leonid Baulin (1945-2002) the works created in 1972-1998 are exhibited.
Artist Ieva Jurjāne channels her creative energies into painting and illustration as well as set, costume and production design for stage and screen. She remains active in all these fields since 1996 when she graduated from the Art Academy of Latvia with a Master’s degree in Fine Arts.
Eglė Einikytė-Narkevičienė is the co-curator of the small-scale ceramics exhibition “Puodukas” in Vilnius, Lithuania (2017–2020). She has lent her expertise to the Vilnius Ceramic Art Biennale and the 7th International Ceramic Art Symposium “Ceramic Laboratory” in Daugavpils, Latvia (2018) by evaluating the applications as selection committee member for both events.
Nine contemporary Japanese printmakers have come together to tell us their stories through this exhibition. The group includes Hiroaki Miyayama, Yoshio Imamura, Takasuke Nakayama, Suzuki Toshiya, Toshiko Hishida, Kyoko Sato, Ayumi Morioka, Mihoko Sekiguchi and Masaaki Ohnuma.
The title, according to Siliang Ma, is a phrase inspired by physics: “In quantum physics, a quantum fluctuation is the temporary random change in the amount of energy in a point in space. It implies that the basic structure of matter (order) comes from uncertainty (disorder/chaos). I think this is very similar to the mechanism of how ‘meaning’ emerges: by looking for recognisable patterns in chaotic phenomena.”