Contemporary Art Gallery
in cultural centre M/Darbnīca
A. Briāna iela 9, Rīga, Latvia
Wed - Sat 18:00 - 22:00
In addition to art exhibitions, M/Gallery has hosted a number of individual projects: poetry, digital art, electronic music, and theatre events. Elen Salina, the curator of M/Gallery, is also the organiser of Riga Last Thursdays, a monthly gallery night in Rīga that happens every last Thursday of the month.
The concept of Poetry Disco is slowly breaking out in poetry and art scene as a format combining different art expressions such as visual art, music and poetry.
As much as we are a place for displaying visual arts by new contemporary Latvian artists, we are an open platform for other art forms as well. Performances are a new type of artistic expression we have recently started to explore.
In its first art offering, three Latvian contemporary artists - Kristine Kutepova, Evija Skriba, and Emma Sofia - transform Aristīda Pagalms into a creative playfield for the city.
“Intermission”, produced by theatre group INSIGHT and organised around Kristīne Kutepova’s exhibition “Little Gardens” at M/Gallery, is an immersive play that focuses on techniques of dealing with emotions in a turbulent time.
Free art classes with Latvian contemporary artist Kristīne Kutepova, surrounded by her solo show "Little Gardens", plants and tea. Find a moment of peace and harmony, follow Kristīne's guidance, have a creative experience.
One-night Video Art Pop-up with two Latvian contemporary artists Hele and Roberts Jansons, taking place as part of Riga Last Thursdays. The pop-up is organised in addition to Hele's solo exhibition "In Flux".
A gallery night. On the last Thursday of every month explore a number of Riga's contemporary art galleries in one evening, 18:00 until late, with free events, talks, exhibitions, and private views. Organised by Elen Salina, curator of M/Gallery.
TRIP TO is a series of events aimed to resonate electronic music and art as one. A combination of contemporary art space M/Gallery & M/Darbnīca with electronic music event history is here to celebrate sexuality, freedom, exploration, experience, authenticity, culture, difference, uniqueness, confidence in both the art and individuality of each participant.