23.04.2021 - 01.10.2021

A Discharge-Recharge Wall in the Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre courtyard

At this time of uncertainty, when phone and computer screens have replaced face-to-face encounters and on-site visits to museums and exhibition grounds remain a distant dream, emotions run high and may make us lash out at the few remaining people still around us.


26.04.2021 - 04.07.2021

Juried exhibition of artists from Latgale region “Legalized fantasies”

Creativity as a state of surrender to a free flight of fancy and imaginative flow is gaining traction at a time when our daily life is so bound by rules, regulations and guidelines for proper conduct. Overscrupulous limitations imposed all over the place can drain one’s spirits to a degree of apathetic indifference or trigger an undue denial of legitimate constraints.


01.06.2021 - 31.07.2021

City. Daugavpils: a graphic art collection exhibition in Latgale Central Library

Starting 1 June, Latgale Central Library offers an exhibition “City. Daugavpils”, assembled from the graphic art collection of Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre.


07.06.2021 - 27.06.2021

Māris Čačka’s solo exhibition “Direct Dialogues”

As museums and other art spaces reopen for individual visitors, artist Māris Čačka’s solo show “Direct Dialogues”, featuring vast works on canvas, is ready to receive visitors at Daugavpils Local History and Art Museum (Latvia). The exhibition will be available 7 through 27 June.


15.06.2021 - 17.10.2021

International juried exhibition of the 3rd Latvia Ceramics Biennale "Martinsons Award 2021"

Martinsons Award 2021 is the international juried exhibition of the 3rd Latvia Ceramics Biennale, featuring artists from 38 countries. As the nucleus and pivot of the biennale programme, the exhibition commemorates one of the most brilliant and internationally renowned Latvian ceramic artists – Pēteris Martinsons (1931–2013).


15.06.2021 - 20.08.2021

Juta Rindina exhibition "Joyous Art"

For my exhibition title, I borrowed a phrase from a book by Michel Foucault, where he mentions a certain Chinese encyclopaedia, “The Celestial Emporium of Benevolent Knowledge”, imagined by Jorge Luis Borges (1899–1986)