From the position of linear time, the works of art displayed in this exhibition were created in different periods from 1984 to 2022. Emotions. Impulse. A thought. Passion.
Time embodies change and movement.
Art exists in time, but at the same time it is space. A room of ritual silence in which a conversation takes place - through color, line, texture, materiality.
ILMĀRS BLUMBERGS/ DŽEMMA SKULME/ FRANČESKA KIRKE/ HELĒNA HEINRIHSONE/ IVARS HEINRIHSONS/ IEVA ILTNERE/ SANDRA KRASTIŅA/ AIJA ZARIŅA/ ILZE AVOTIŅA/ NORMUNDS BRASLIŅŠ/ DACE LIELĀ/ VIJA ZARIŅA/ GITA ŠMITE/ ĢIRTS MUIŽNIEKS/
March 30 to June 30
To be free. Uldis Briedis. Portraits (1966-2010)
The portraits of Latvian cultural figures by the photographer Uldis Briedis, which can be seen in the exhibition, were made as photographic records of the signs, events and spirit of their time. They have a documentary and at the same time timeless character. The faces of those characters, captured in the most diverse moments of life, allow the viewer to encounter the essence of creativity - the feeling of inner freedom, which, despite the external framework of time, is in continuous connection with the source and truth.
March 30 to June 30
Seven different flowers
A series of large-format photographs by Harijs Briedis.
"You are unfathomable, you have your own path,
Which leads through the flowers of other species.
You are like a desert well to a man,
And he thanks you with wise words."- Harijs Briedis
Exhibition at Ola Boutique Hotel
Portraits - an exhibition of photographs by Karlīna Vītoliņa
The eternal dialogue between light and shadow, because one is impossible without the other.
Karlīna's photographs are like an endless conversation that takes a woman to herself.
November 12 - February 28
Her northern cry
"This ambitious and aesthetic exhibition is a story about the identity and roots of our people, about belonging to one's nation and country. The exhibition, made up of large-format black and white photographs with the image of a strong, loving woman in the center and ornaments, is integrated into the architecture of Ola. It is the strong identity of our nation that we want to show together with this exhibition. This is our position and responsibility for belonging to our land, also for our self-confidence and self-respect. The exhibition will be a great experience for its viewers, and we have no doubt that visiting it will allow many of us to answer the eternal questions about belonging to our nation, identity and roots." Ilze Pīlēna, head of "Ola Foundation".