A Bigger Peace, A Smaller Peace
The exhibition will be comprised of newly created works by established contemporary Latvian artists with international experience, as well as art by talented emerging artists. The artists taking part in the exhibition are Imants Lancmanis, Aigars Bikše, Barbara Gaile, Indriķis Ģelzis, Inta Ruka, Evita Vasiļjeva, Krišs Salmanis, Darja Meļņikova, Kaspars Podnieks, Māra Brīvere, Krista Dzudzilo and Reinis Dzudzilo, Ieva Kaula, Ernests Kļaviņš and Andrejs Kļaviņš, Maija Kurševa, Liene Mackus, Līga Marcinkeviča, Mārtiņš Ratniks, Ieva Rubeze, Zane Tuča, Vilnis Vītoliņš and Brigita Zelča – Aispure. Exhibition curator: Helēna Demakova.
The artists taking part in the exhibition
were invited to refer to individual elements of consciousness integral to their being, which are related to a yearning for peace, as well as to broader natural and social movements, which instil or destroy peace to a greater or lesser extent.
• Kaspars Podnieks, 5 frames + 1 split – Digital pigment prints on Canson Fine Art Lustre. Custom graphite-black ash frame, white-washed ash veneered mdf mountboard with solid wood bevel and GroGlass Art Glass. One of frames split in two • Inta Ruka – original silver prints archivally mounted in white ash frames with GroGlass art glass • Vilnis Vītoliņš – 2 digital pigment prints mounted on dibond, in black ash frame