Art museums and exhibition halls
Latvian National Museum of Art
Latvian National Museum of Art is the most significant depository in the nation for works of art. Reopened in May 2016, the building itself has been upgraded, modernized but its majestic beauty from a long-gone era - preserved.
Museum of Decorative Arts and Design
The Museum of Decorative and Design Art is located in the former St. George’s Church building (1204), which is the oldest stone building in Riga. It features seven collections of decorative and design art work.
Art Museum Riga Bourse
The Art Museum Riga Bourse stores the largest collection of foreign art in Baltic States. The collection was started by Riga’s council members, mayors and traders in 19 century. Now museum offers international exhibitions and vide spectrum of culture and arts events.
National Museum of Art exhibition space "Arsenāls"
The Arsenāls Exhibition Hall of the Latvian National Museum of Art (LNMA) is the largest art exhibition hall in Riga. It is housed in a significant architectural monument, an early 19th-century customs warehouse building or arsenal built in the late Russian Classicism style of the late Russian Classicism; it has now been converted to suit the needs of a museum.
kim? Contemporary Art Centre
kim? Contemporary Art Centre was founded in 2009. The name of kim? is an abbreviation of an insistent question “what is art?" (“kas ir māksla?” in Latvian). The organization is offering a certain range of activities such as exhibitions, lectures, discussions and other events related to recent art, theory and social issues.
Riga Art Space
Riga Art Space, in two rooms, is a gallery for modern art and a concert venue.
Latvian Museum of Naive Art
The Latvian Museum of Naive Art collects, preserves, studies and popularises works of the Naive Art authors from the 18th century until nowadays.
Romans Suta and Aleksandra Beļcova Museum
The museum, dedicated to the Artists Romans Suta and Aleksandra Beļcova, is a subsidiary of the Latvian National Museum of Art. It is set up in their former residence.