See you at the opening of SQR central exhibition “Being good” in Wagner Hall on September 10th, 7PM. If you love having a good time, meeting and greeting artists, investigating borders between conservatism and liberalism and seeing contemporary art interacting with the gorgeous historical building, this is it!
If you’re ready to explore the program of our friends – Contemporary Culture forum “White Night”, you will find SQR outdoor objects all around the city. Visit the space traveler Sam by artist Denis Prasolov (RU) at Kronvalda Park, be inspired by Olivier Goethals’ (BE) installation at “AB Dambis”, figure out Mindaugas Navakas (LT) floating objects in the city’s canal next to Bastejkalns and Latvian National Opera, and many others starting from 3PM.
Program coming soon at your favorite cultural places in Riga and on our website.
Staring Olivier Goethals (Belgium), Kaspar Müller (Switzerland/Germany), Camille Goujon (France), Nikita Kadan (Ukraine), Denis Prasolov (Russia), Hanna Stahle (Sweden), Signe Johannessen (Sweden), Ronny Faber Dahl (Norway), Kaarina Kaikkonen (Finland), Markus Kåhre (Finland), Jacob Jessen (Denmark), Olaf Brzeski (Poland), Kim de Ruysscher (Belgium), Gundega Evelone (Latvia), Krista and Reinis Dzudzilo (Latvia), Ieva Saulīte (Latvia), Johannes Säre (Estonia), Jaanus Samma (Estonia), Terje Ojaver (Estonia), Juozas Laivys (Lithuania), Žilvinas Landzbergas (Lithuania), Mindaugas Navakas (Lithuania), Nele Möller and Florian Deeg (Germany), Justin Charles Hoover (USA), Hadas Maor (Israel).
Together with State Culture Capital Foundation (VKKF); Culture Forum “White Night”; Riga City Council’s Education, Culture and Sports Department; Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Latvia; Goethe-Institute; French Institute in Latvia; Art Academy of Latvia; “Pro Helvetia” Foundation, Embassy of Israel in Riga, Danish Arts Foundation; FRAME (Finnish Fund for Art Exchange); UNHCR; Flanders State of the Art; co-working space “Nordic Club House”; Embassy of Switzerland in Latvia; The Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia; Veto Magazine; Ir Magazine; Punctum Magazine; Satori Magazine; art and culture website Arterritory; visual arts magazine Studija; contemporary arts online magazine Echo Gone Wrong; Coffee Inn; artist-run space 1857; Lithuanian Council for Culture; Embassy of Lithuania in Riga; Ltd “INT General”; The Ministry of Culture of Estonia; Estonian National Culture Foundation.
Admission is free. Always.