RIGA FLEA MARKET is a great alternative shopping option for all vintage, retro and handmade goods lovers – visitors will be able to find many wonderful things among the offered range – from vintage furniture, housewares, old vinyls and cameras to retro clothing, shoes and artisan jewelry.
On December 5th at kim? Contemporary Art Centre was held opening of three new exhibitions - solo exhibitions Poly Styrene's Braces by Donna Huanca and Palindrome by Ezra Wube and an exhibition curated by Kaspars Groševs Exit, Stuttering & Nebula.
On 13 June Spīķeri invited to visit Riga Flea Market, where visitors could buy a variety of things ranging from retro furniture and original interior and household items up to bright and splendid clothing and unique accessories.
Riga Flea Market dates: 13th June, 8th August and 12th September. Market will run from 11 AM to 4 PM and the entrance is free of admission.
On Friday, October 3, at kim? Contemporary Art Centre opened exhibition "Proxyah" by Viktor Timofeev and "Hyperbolic Planes and Sustainability Networks" by Daina Taimiņa.
Last Saturday night Spikeri experienced a real "White Night" coup - the fog from RIXC, while Kim? allowed to see their building as a cube blanche, but Dirty Deal Teatro "White Night" visitors entertained with performance "Household Space".
Exhibition Kemmern – Aspen draws a comparative line between America’s Aspen, and Latvia’s seaside ex-resort town Ķemeri (Kemmern) inviting artists, musicians, viewers and theorists for a retreat session together.
On July 8, in Spikeri quarter yard took place Burkard Valdis show "The Prodigal Son" (1527), revealing the XX International Early Music Festival.
Last Saturday in Spikeri quarter took place the second of the summer open-air Riga flea markets bringing together both - retro objects and everyday useful flea as well as contemporary design pearl seekers and traders.