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Art and art galleries

In art galleries and museums you will have the chance to see the creations of historically significant artists from Latvia and the rest of the world. See the original works of the world-renowned American painter Mark Rothko, the father of abstract expressionism, in Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre.

In the museums and art galleries of Riga you can become acquainted with the works of local artists – learn about the history of art in Latvia at the National History Museum of Latvia, and acknowledge contemporary artworks in galleries such as Māksla XO, Daugava, Alma, and Mūkusala Art Salon.

Also, do not miss the exhibition of local or foreign artists in the Contemporary Art Centre kim?.

Aldaris beer museum and brewery
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Museums

The museums of Latvia invite you to see, learn, and experience. If you are interested in history, then visit Karosta Prison, the Corner...
Riga Bourse Art Museum
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Riga Bourse Art Museum

The Riga Bourse stores the largest collection of foreign art in Latvia. The collection was started by Riga’s council members, mayors and...
Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Center
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Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Center

A multi-functional contemporary art and culture center located in the Arsenal building of the Daugavpils Fortress where history goes hand...
Museum of Decorative Arts and Design
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Museum of Decorative Arts and Design

The Museum of Decorative Arts and Design offers insight into a key component of  the cultural scene of Latvia, including comprehensive...
Latvian National Museum of Art
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Latvian National Museum of Art

The collection of the largest art museum in Latvia comprises more than 52 thousand works by Baltic and Russian painters and sculptors.
Arsenāls
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Arsenals

The most spacious art exhibition hall in Riga, regularly hosts major art exhibitions, international projects and a variety of art and...
Last updated: 
19.02.2016