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Latvian National Museum of Art invites to an international conference Elective Affinities. German Art Since the Late 1960s
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Action time - 18.08.2016 - 19.08.2016
First published - 15.08.2016
ARSENĀLS Exhibition Hall
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International conference Elective Affinities. German Art Since the Late 1960s
With the final days of the exhibition “Elective Affinities. German Art Since the Late 1960s” approaching, on 18 and 19 August 2016 the Latvian National Museum of Art in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut Riga is organizing an international conference where various art experts, critics, collectors and artists from Latvia and Germany will participate. Conference venue: Goethe-Institut Riga, 1 Torņa Street (entrance from Klostera Street).
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18 Aug 10:30
International conference Elective Affinities. German Art Since the Late 1960s. Day One
With the final days of the exhibition “Elective Affinities. German Art Since the Late 1960s” approaching, on 18 and 19 August 2016 the Latvian National Museum of Art in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut Riga is organizing an international conference where various art experts, critics, collectors and artists from Latvia and Germany will participate. Conference venue: Goethe-Institut Riga, 1 Torņa Street (entrance from Klostera Street).
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19 Aug 10:30
International conference Elective Affinities. German Art Since the Late 1960s. Day Two
With the final days of the exhibition “Elective Affinities. German Art Since the Late 1960s” approaching, on 18 and 19 August 2016 the Latvian National Museum of Art in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut Riga is organizing an international conference where various art experts, critics, collectors and artists from Latvia and Germany will participate. Conference venue: Goethe-Institut Riga, 1 Torņa Street (entrance from Klostera Street).
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Elective Affinities
With 77 art works by 53 artists, this exhibition is the first retrospective of German contemporary art in Riga, from the 1960s until today. The aim of the exhibition is to showcase the central and affective points, as well as the most important aspects of German art of the last 50 years.