Izbaudi Rīgu

Gallery Daugava, Ausekļa Street

"Daugava" is a place where one can become acquainted with Latvian contemporary art, take in personal exhibitions or conceptual displays organized by the gallery's curator, as well as purchase art periodicals and works of art.

The gallery displays Latvian contemporary painters, sculptors, ceramists, etc. The huge permanent collection is regularly displayed for public view at various exhibitions.

"Daugava" is open since November 1993. For years it has represented and promoted Latvian artists not only to the local public, but also to foreign audiences via various projects abroad. The gallery is headed by the art historian, Anda Treija.

"Daugava" also publishes catalogues and art albums.

Saistītie pasākumi

06 Dec - 27 Jan

Exhibitions

Dainis Pundurs solo-exhibition - Porcelain and lucid dreaming

06 Dec - 27 Jan
Artist Dainis Pundurs (1965) has chosen clay, stone clay and porcelain as the visualization materials for his thoughts and view of the world - basically, all ceramics materials. This is likely due to the fact that the artist is from Latgale, the region of Latvia with deep and strong ceramics, more precisely pottery, traditions. In his essence, Dainis Pundurs is a conceptualist. Each piece of work, collection or exhibition has a certain concept.

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31 Jan - 17 Mar

Exhibitions

Līga Purmale solo exhibition

31 Jan - 17 Mar
Līga Purmale (1948) has painted close-ups of poppy blossoms and red-currant clusters, misty fields, fir trees that look like cathedrals, the city at night and reflections in the window. Līga has painted temperamental and passionate dancers, and athletes in the heat of battle. Each one of us has a Līga Purmale - dreamy, temperamental, vital, secretive, and all together an excellent painter. The exhibition will feature her work of the past two years.

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21 Mar - 05 May

Exhibitions

Maija Nora Tabaka. Architecture

21 Mar - 05 May
The paintings by Maija Tabaka featured at the exhibition are provocative in their subject narrative, sparkling in their joyous color, and surprising in their imagination. This is where the magic of this exhibition is hidden: the expression of fantasies, daring to paint and expressing emotions in theatricalized compositions.

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