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Rīga

Open-air art exhibition ''Art e fakti''

The Briania courtyard becomes a new art space with the "Art e fakti" exhibition!

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Open-air art exhibition ''Art e fakti''
Open-air art exhibition ''Art e fakti''

Time & Location

Jun 29, 6:00 PM

Rīga, Aristida Briāna iela 9, Centra rajons, Rīga, LV-1001, Latvia

About the Event

This summer, in collaboration with M/Gallery and Riga Last Thursdays, a new seasonal exhibition "Art e fakti" opens in the Briania courtyard. The exhibition features new and established artists with artworks from different disciplines.

From 29 June until the end of the summer, the Briāna Street courtyard, located between the concert venues and the galleries M/Darbnīca, K. K. Fon Stricka Villa, One One and Skapis, will host the open-air exhibition "Art e fakti" by young artists. This summer, 16 artists are participating in the programme: Haralds Saknītis, Haralds Dravnieks, Atis Izands, Anete Aramina, Nastassia Navitskaya, Gints Virgilijs Tilks, Oto Holgers Ozoliņš, Olga Antipenko, Elya Asadullaeva, Heidija Ūberga & Dāgs Mors, Paintbyrobot, Roberts Bāliņš, Dārta Berkmane un Fricis Kalvelis. The opening of the exhibition will take place on the same day as the gallery evening "Riga Last Thursdays", which also includes a special meeting with the artists and live music during the evening.

"Art e fakti" is an open-air exhibition that delves into the diverse layers of human experience, revealing the material and immaterial sediments that shape our collective histories and personal stories. Each work of art serves as a testimony to the lasting imprint of human existence, inviting visitors to discover hidden stories, reinterpret narratives of the past and engage in a dialogue about the meaning of our common heritage.

The exhibition aims to recall archaeological excavations, where each work of art is like a precious artefact that wants to be uncovered and explored. Each artist's current reflections reveal the shared subconscious of us all, longing to be experienced, explored and perpetuated.

With the hope to involve more and more young artists from different countries and to contribute to the gradual development of the art culture and tourism environment, the creative team of M/Darbnīca and Riga Last Thursdays continue to push the boundaries of art spaces within Riga and support young artists to exhibit their work! As there are relatively few spaces in the art sector that support young talent to be discovered, Briania Courtyard is being opened as another space that will allow artists to create an interesting, colourful environment, share what's on their minds and foster more and more meaningful conversations.

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