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May 2-8, 2011
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Andrejs Grants. Riga
Ballet. Riga
Faith, Hope.. Turku
B. M. Barmen. Odense
Artist as Neighbor. Turku
The Last Supper. Turku
Private/ Corporate. Berlin
Monumenta 2011. Paris
Cartier–Bresson. Zürich
Richard Serra, New York
Marcel Duchamp. Malmö
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02/05/2011
Andrejs Grants. Riga Read more

A solo exhibit by Latvian photographer Andrejs Grants (1955) will be on display in the White Hall at the Latvian National Museum of Art. Andrejs Grants is one of the most renowned Latvian photographers of the generation that came of age in the 1970s and 80s...

Ballet. Riga Read more

As part of the sixteenth Annual Baltic Ballet Festival, the Small Hall at the Latvian National Museum of Art will feature an exhibition of drawings by Latvian-born Canadian artist Ēriks Dzenis (1925), who emigrated from his homeland at nineteen years of age...

Faith, Hope.. Turku Read more

The St. Henry Ecumenical Chapel—Turku’s masterpiece of design and architecture—is organizing a group exhibit with four renowned Spanish artists: sculptor Diego Canogar, painter Totte Mannes, and academic sculptors Jose Luis Sanchez and Tomas Vaquero...

B. M. Barmen. Odense Read more

Sculptures as a haiku, where both rhythm and content would immediately collapse if even a single element were changed. This is how critics have described the newest work by Swedish artist Bianca Maria Barmen, which can be viewed in the exhibit The Tableaux of Silence at the Kunsthallen Brandts art museum in Odense, Denmark...

Artist as Neighbor. Turku Read more

The project Artist as Neighbor invites us to imagine suburban neighborhoods of Turku, with their communities of people, as friendly villages with neighborly relations. Each neighborhood is characterized by something special, which is emphasized during the project using art as an intermediary...

The Last Supper. Turku Read more

Spirit and body will become one in a dance performance and art exhibition at the Turku Cathedral, the Finnish national shrine - the Mother Church of Finland's Lutheran Church...

Private/ Corporate. Berlin Read more

Berlin's Daimler Contemporary Gallery presents an exhibition-dialogue between two art collections, revealing both a certain affinity of spirit and pronounced differences: the Daimler Contemporary Art Collection and the Juan & Patricia Vergez Collection...

Monumenta 2011. Paris Read more

Every year, Grand Palais, one of the most famous museums in Paris, commissions a world-famous artist to create a site-specific work for its famous Nave...

Cartier–Bresson. Zürich Read more

Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004) is definitely one of the most influential and prominent photographers of all time; since the 1930s...

Richard Serra, New York Read more

The exhibition explores the role played by drawing in the art of the famous American sculptor Richard Serra, spanning over forty years of his career...

Marcel Duchamp. Malmö Read more

This year the excellent Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) collection owned by the Swedish Museum of Modern Art is on view from early spring through early autumn at the museum subsidiary in Malmö...

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Andrejs Grants. Riga
Ballet. Riga
Faith, Hope.. Turku
B. M. Barmen. Odense
Artist as Neighbor. Turku
The Last Supper. Turku
Private/ Corporate. Berlin
Monumenta 2011. Paris
Cartier–Bresson. Zürich
Richard Serra, New York
Marcel Duchamp. Malmö
2
03/05/2011
Andrejs Grants. Riga Read more

A solo exhibit by Latvian photographer Andrejs Grants (1955) will be on display in the White Hall at the Latvian National Museum of Art. Andrejs Grants is one of the most renowned Latvian photographers of the generation that came of age in the 1970s and 80s...

Ballet. Riga Read more

As part of the sixteenth Annual Baltic Ballet Festival, the Small Hall at the Latvian National Museum of Art will feature an exhibition of drawings by Latvian-born Canadian artist Ēriks Dzenis (1925), who emigrated from his homeland at nineteen years of age...

Faith, Hope.. Turku Read more

The St. Henry Ecumenical Chapel—Turku’s masterpiece of design and architecture—is organizing a group exhibit with four renowned Spanish artists: sculptor Diego Canogar, painter Totte Mannes, and academic sculptors Jose Luis Sanchez and Tomas Vaquero...

B. M. Barmen. Odense Read more

Sculptures as a haiku, where both rhythm and content would immediately collapse if even a single element were changed. This is how critics have described the newest work by Swedish artist Bianca Maria Barmen, which can be viewed in the exhibit The Tableaux of Silence at the Kunsthallen Brandts art museum in Odense, Denmark...

Artist as Neighbor. Turku Read more

The project Artist as Neighbor invites us to imagine suburban neighborhoods of Turku, with their communities of people, as friendly villages with neighborly relations. Each neighborhood is characterized by something special, which is emphasized during the project using art as an intermediary...

The Last Supper. Turku Read more

Spirit and body will become one in a dance performance and art exhibition at the Turku Cathedral, the Finnish national shrine - the Mother Church of Finland's Lutheran Church...

Private/ Corporate. Berlin Read more

Berlin's Daimler Contemporary Gallery presents an exhibition-dialogue between two art collections, revealing both a certain affinity of spirit and pronounced differences: the Daimler Contemporary Art Collection and the Juan & Patricia Vergez Collection...

Monumenta 2011. Paris Read more

Every year, Grand Palais, one of the most famous museums in Paris, commissions a world-famous artist to create a site-specific work for its famous Nave...

Cartier–Bresson. Zürich Read more

Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004) is definitely one of the most influential and prominent photographers of all time; since the 1930s...

Richard Serra, New York Read more

The exhibition explores the role played by drawing in the art of the famous American sculptor Richard Serra, spanning over forty years of his career...

Marcel Duchamp. Malmö Read more

This year the excellent Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) collection owned by the Swedish Museum of Modern Art is on view from early spring through early autumn at the museum subsidiary in Malmö...

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Andrejs Grants. Riga
Ballet. Riga
Faith, Hope.. Turku
B. M. Barmen. Odense
Artist as Neighbor. Turku
The Last Supper. Turku
Private/ Corporate. Berlin
Monumenta 2011. Paris
Cartier–Bresson. Zürich
Richard Serra, New York
Marcel Duchamp. Malmö
3
04/05/2011
Andrejs Grants. Riga Read more

A solo exhibit by Latvian photographer Andrejs Grants (1955) will be on display in the White Hall at the Latvian National Museum of Art. Andrejs Grants is one of the most renowned Latvian photographers of the generation that came of age in the 1970s and 80s...

Ballet. Riga Read more

As part of the sixteenth Annual Baltic Ballet Festival, the Small Hall at the Latvian National Museum of Art will feature an exhibition of drawings by Latvian-born Canadian artist Ēriks Dzenis (1925), who emigrated from his homeland at nineteen years of age...

Faith, Hope.. Turku Read more

The St. Henry Ecumenical Chapel—Turku’s masterpiece of design and architecture—is organizing a group exhibit with four renowned Spanish artists: sculptor Diego Canogar, painter Totte Mannes, and academic sculptors Jose Luis Sanchez and Tomas Vaquero...

B. M. Barmen. Odense Read more

Sculptures as a haiku, where both rhythm and content would immediately collapse if even a single element were changed. This is how critics have described the newest work by Swedish artist Bianca Maria Barmen, which can be viewed in the exhibit The Tableaux of Silence at the Kunsthallen Brandts art museum in Odense, Denmark...

Artist as Neighbor. Turku Read more

The project Artist as Neighbor invites us to imagine suburban neighborhoods of Turku, with their communities of people, as friendly villages with neighborly relations. Each neighborhood is characterized by something special, which is emphasized during the project using art as an intermediary...

The Last Supper. Turku Read more

Spirit and body will become one in a dance performance and art exhibition at the Turku Cathedral, the Finnish national shrine - the Mother Church of Finland's Lutheran Church...

Private/ Corporate. Berlin Read more

Berlin's Daimler Contemporary Gallery presents an exhibition-dialogue between two art collections, revealing both a certain affinity of spirit and pronounced differences: the Daimler Contemporary Art Collection and the Juan & Patricia Vergez Collection...

Monumenta 2011. Paris Read more

Every year, Grand Palais, one of the most famous museums in Paris, commissions a world-famous artist to create a site-specific work for its famous Nave...

Cartier–Bresson. Zürich Read more

Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004) is definitely one of the most influential and prominent photographers of all time; since the 1930s...

Richard Serra, New York Read more

The exhibition explores the role played by drawing in the art of the famous American sculptor Richard Serra, spanning over forty years of his career...

Marcel Duchamp. Malmö Read more

This year the excellent Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) collection owned by the Swedish Museum of Modern Art is on view from early spring through early autumn at the museum subsidiary in Malmö...

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Andrejs Grants. Riga
Ballet. Riga
Faith, Hope.. Turku
B. M. Barmen. Odense
Artist as Neighbor. Turku
The Last Supper. Turku
Private/ Corporate. Berlin
Monumenta 2011. Paris
Cartier–Bresson. Zürich
Richard Serra, New York
Marcel Duchamp. Malmö
Surrounding Bacon & Warhol.Oslo
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05/05/2011
Andrejs Grants. Riga Read more

A solo exhibit by Latvian photographer Andrejs Grants (1955) will be on display in the White Hall at the Latvian National Museum of Art. Andrejs Grants is one of the most renowned Latvian photographers of the generation that came of age in the 1970s and 80s...

Ballet. Riga Read more

As part of the sixteenth Annual Baltic Ballet Festival, the Small Hall at the Latvian National Museum of Art will feature an exhibition of drawings by Latvian-born Canadian artist Ēriks Dzenis (1925), who emigrated from his homeland at nineteen years of age...

Faith, Hope.. Turku Read more

The St. Henry Ecumenical Chapel—Turku’s masterpiece of design and architecture—is organizing a group exhibit with four renowned Spanish artists: sculptor Diego Canogar, painter Totte Mannes, and academic sculptors Jose Luis Sanchez and Tomas Vaquero...

B. M. Barmen. Odense Read more

Sculptures as a haiku, where both rhythm and content would immediately collapse if even a single element were changed. This is how critics have described the newest work by Swedish artist Bianca Maria Barmen, which can be viewed in the exhibit The Tableaux of Silence at the Kunsthallen Brandts art museum in Odense, Denmark...

Artist as Neighbor. Turku Read more

The project Artist as Neighbor invites us to imagine suburban neighborhoods of Turku, with their communities of people, as friendly villages with neighborly relations. Each neighborhood is characterized by something special, which is emphasized during the project using art as an intermediary...

The Last Supper. Turku Read more

Spirit and body will become one in a dance performance and art exhibition at the Turku Cathedral, the Finnish national shrine - the Mother Church of Finland's Lutheran Church...

Private/ Corporate. Berlin Read more

Berlin's Daimler Contemporary Gallery presents an exhibition-dialogue between two art collections, revealing both a certain affinity of spirit and pronounced differences: the Daimler Contemporary Art Collection and the Juan & Patricia Vergez Collection...

Monumenta 2011. Paris Read more

Every year, Grand Palais, one of the most famous museums in Paris, commissions a world-famous artist to create a site-specific work for its famous Nave...

Cartier–Bresson. Zürich Read more

Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004) is definitely one of the most influential and prominent photographers of all time; since the 1930s...

Richard Serra, New York Read more

The exhibition explores the role played by drawing in the art of the famous American sculptor Richard Serra, spanning over forty years of his career...

Marcel Duchamp. Malmö Read more

This year the excellent Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) collection owned by the Swedish Museum of Modern Art is on view from early spring through early autumn at the museum subsidiary in Malmö...

Surrounding Bacon & Warhol.Oslo Read more

This spring, the works of two legendary classics of the fine arts – the expressionist Francis Bacon (1909-1991) and the pop-art pioneer Andy Warhol (1928-1987), have found a home at Oslo's Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art.

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Andrejs Grants. Riga
Ballet. Riga
Faith, Hope.. Turku
B. M. Barmen. Odense
Artist as Neighbor. Turku
The Last Supper. Turku
Private/ Corporate. Berlin
Monumenta 2011. Paris
Cartier–Bresson. Zürich
Richard Serra, New York
Marcel Duchamp. Malmö
Surrounding Bacon & Warhol.Oslo
5
06/05/2011
Andrejs Grants. Riga Read more

A solo exhibit by Latvian photographer Andrejs Grants (1955) will be on display in the White Hall at the Latvian National Museum of Art. Andrejs Grants is one of the most renowned Latvian photographers of the generation that came of age in the 1970s and 80s...

Ballet. Riga Read more

As part of the sixteenth Annual Baltic Ballet Festival, the Small Hall at the Latvian National Museum of Art will feature an exhibition of drawings by Latvian-born Canadian artist Ēriks Dzenis (1925), who emigrated from his homeland at nineteen years of age...

Faith, Hope.. Turku Read more

The St. Henry Ecumenical Chapel—Turku’s masterpiece of design and architecture—is organizing a group exhibit with four renowned Spanish artists: sculptor Diego Canogar, painter Totte Mannes, and academic sculptors Jose Luis Sanchez and Tomas Vaquero...

B. M. Barmen. Odense Read more

Sculptures as a haiku, where both rhythm and content would immediately collapse if even a single element were changed. This is how critics have described the newest work by Swedish artist Bianca Maria Barmen, which can be viewed in the exhibit The Tableaux of Silence at the Kunsthallen Brandts art museum in Odense, Denmark...

Artist as Neighbor. Turku Read more

The project Artist as Neighbor invites us to imagine suburban neighborhoods of Turku, with their communities of people, as friendly villages with neighborly relations. Each neighborhood is characterized by something special, which is emphasized during the project using art as an intermediary...

The Last Supper. Turku Read more

Spirit and body will become one in a dance performance and art exhibition at the Turku Cathedral, the Finnish national shrine - the Mother Church of Finland's Lutheran Church...

Private/ Corporate. Berlin Read more

Berlin's Daimler Contemporary Gallery presents an exhibition-dialogue between two art collections, revealing both a certain affinity of spirit and pronounced differences: the Daimler Contemporary Art Collection and the Juan & Patricia Vergez Collection...

Monumenta 2011. Paris Read more

Every year, Grand Palais, one of the most famous museums in Paris, commissions a world-famous artist to create a site-specific work for its famous Nave...

Cartier–Bresson. Zürich Read more

Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004) is definitely one of the most influential and prominent photographers of all time; since the 1930s...

Richard Serra, New York Read more

The exhibition explores the role played by drawing in the art of the famous American sculptor Richard Serra, spanning over forty years of his career...

Marcel Duchamp. Malmö Read more

This year the excellent Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) collection owned by the Swedish Museum of Modern Art is on view from early spring through early autumn at the museum subsidiary in Malmö...

Surrounding Bacon & Warhol.Oslo Read more

This spring, the works of two legendary classics of the fine arts – the expressionist Francis Bacon (1909-1991) and the pop-art pioneer Andy Warhol (1928-1987), have found a home at Oslo's Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art.

6
Andrejs Grants. Riga
Ballet. Riga
Faith, Hope.. Turku
B. M. Barmen. Odense
Artist as Neighbor. Turku
The Last Supper. Turku
Private/ Corporate. Berlin
Monumenta 2011. Paris
Cartier–Bresson. Zürich
Richard Serra, New York
Marcel Duchamp. Malmö
Surrounding Bacon & Warhol.Oslo
6
07/05/2011
Andrejs Grants. Riga Read more

A solo exhibit by Latvian photographer Andrejs Grants (1955) will be on display in the White Hall at the Latvian National Museum of Art. Andrejs Grants is one of the most renowned Latvian photographers of the generation that came of age in the 1970s and 80s...

Ballet. Riga Read more

As part of the sixteenth Annual Baltic Ballet Festival, the Small Hall at the Latvian National Museum of Art will feature an exhibition of drawings by Latvian-born Canadian artist Ēriks Dzenis (1925), who emigrated from his homeland at nineteen years of age...

Faith, Hope.. Turku Read more

The St. Henry Ecumenical Chapel—Turku’s masterpiece of design and architecture—is organizing a group exhibit with four renowned Spanish artists: sculptor Diego Canogar, painter Totte Mannes, and academic sculptors Jose Luis Sanchez and Tomas Vaquero...

B. M. Barmen. Odense Read more

Sculptures as a haiku, where both rhythm and content would immediately collapse if even a single element were changed. This is how critics have described the newest work by Swedish artist Bianca Maria Barmen, which can be viewed in the exhibit The Tableaux of Silence at the Kunsthallen Brandts art museum in Odense, Denmark...

Artist as Neighbor. Turku Read more

The project Artist as Neighbor invites us to imagine suburban neighborhoods of Turku, with their communities of people, as friendly villages with neighborly relations. Each neighborhood is characterized by something special, which is emphasized during the project using art as an intermediary...

The Last Supper. Turku Read more

Spirit and body will become one in a dance performance and art exhibition at the Turku Cathedral, the Finnish national shrine - the Mother Church of Finland's Lutheran Church...

Private/ Corporate. Berlin Read more

Berlin's Daimler Contemporary Gallery presents an exhibition-dialogue between two art collections, revealing both a certain affinity of spirit and pronounced differences: the Daimler Contemporary Art Collection and the Juan & Patricia Vergez Collection...

Monumenta 2011. Paris Read more

Every year, Grand Palais, one of the most famous museums in Paris, commissions a world-famous artist to create a site-specific work for its famous Nave...

Cartier–Bresson. Zürich Read more

Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004) is definitely one of the most influential and prominent photographers of all time; since the 1930s...

Richard Serra, New York Read more

The exhibition explores the role played by drawing in the art of the famous American sculptor Richard Serra, spanning over forty years of his career...

Marcel Duchamp. Malmö Read more

This year the excellent Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) collection owned by the Swedish Museum of Modern Art is on view from early spring through early autumn at the museum subsidiary in Malmö...

Surrounding Bacon & Warhol.Oslo Read more

This spring, the works of two legendary classics of the fine arts – the expressionist Francis Bacon (1909-1991) and the pop-art pioneer Andy Warhol (1928-1987), have found a home at Oslo's Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art.

7
Andrejs Grants. Riga
Ballet. Riga
Faith, Hope.. Turku
B. M. Barmen. Odense
Artist as Neighbor. Turku
The Last Supper. Turku
Private/ Corporate. Berlin
Monumenta 2011. Paris
Cartier–Bresson. Zürich
Richard Serra, New York
Marcel Duchamp. Malmö
Surrounding Bacon & Warhol.Oslo
7
08/05/2011
Andrejs Grants. Riga Read more

A solo exhibit by Latvian photographer Andrejs Grants (1955) will be on display in the White Hall at the Latvian National Museum of Art. Andrejs Grants is one of the most renowned Latvian photographers of the generation that came of age in the 1970s and 80s...

Ballet. Riga Read more

As part of the sixteenth Annual Baltic Ballet Festival, the Small Hall at the Latvian National Museum of Art will feature an exhibition of drawings by Latvian-born Canadian artist Ēriks Dzenis (1925), who emigrated from his homeland at nineteen years of age...

Faith, Hope.. Turku Read more

The St. Henry Ecumenical Chapel—Turku’s masterpiece of design and architecture—is organizing a group exhibit with four renowned Spanish artists: sculptor Diego Canogar, painter Totte Mannes, and academic sculptors Jose Luis Sanchez and Tomas Vaquero...

B. M. Barmen. Odense Read more

Sculptures as a haiku, where both rhythm and content would immediately collapse if even a single element were changed. This is how critics have described the newest work by Swedish artist Bianca Maria Barmen, which can be viewed in the exhibit The Tableaux of Silence at the Kunsthallen Brandts art museum in Odense, Denmark...

Artist as Neighbor. Turku Read more

The project Artist as Neighbor invites us to imagine suburban neighborhoods of Turku, with their communities of people, as friendly villages with neighborly relations. Each neighborhood is characterized by something special, which is emphasized during the project using art as an intermediary...

The Last Supper. Turku Read more

Spirit and body will become one in a dance performance and art exhibition at the Turku Cathedral, the Finnish national shrine - the Mother Church of Finland's Lutheran Church...

Private/ Corporate. Berlin Read more

Berlin's Daimler Contemporary Gallery presents an exhibition-dialogue between two art collections, revealing both a certain affinity of spirit and pronounced differences: the Daimler Contemporary Art Collection and the Juan & Patricia Vergez Collection...

Monumenta 2011. Paris Read more

Every year, Grand Palais, one of the most famous museums in Paris, commissions a world-famous artist to create a site-specific work for its famous Nave...

Cartier–Bresson. Zürich Read more

Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004) is definitely one of the most influential and prominent photographers of all time; since the 1930s...

Richard Serra, New York Read more

The exhibition explores the role played by drawing in the art of the famous American sculptor Richard Serra, spanning over forty years of his career...

Marcel Duchamp. Malmö Read more

This year the excellent Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) collection owned by the Swedish Museum of Modern Art is on view from early spring through early autumn at the museum subsidiary in Malmö...

Surrounding Bacon & Warhol.Oslo Read more

This spring, the works of two legendary classics of the fine arts – the expressionist Francis Bacon (1909-1991) and the pop-art pioneer Andy Warhol (1928-1987), have found a home at Oslo's Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art.