Don’t be afraid for a moment to dream / surely the stars will remain where they are / like a tuneful note is given to song / so shall the human be given the word
Zane Onckule, Art Critic

Vineta Kaulača, bard of the city
Sniedze Sofija Kāle, Art Historian
Vineta Kaulača. Exercises in Mnemonics
13.01.–08.02.2011. Māksla XO Gallery
What can you say about the undisclosed?
Sniedze Sofija Kāle, Art Historian
Inga Meldere. Unwritten
07.01.–13.02.2011. Contemporary Art Centre kim?
Morning in the forest
Pēteris Bankovskis, Art Critic
Daiga Krūze un Krišs Salmanis. Time Pit
17.02.–06.03.2011. RIXC Media Space
Jumping beyond the horizon
Jānis Borgs, Art Critic
Kaspars Podnieks. Communicating Vessels
18.02.–27.03.2011. Contemporary Art Centre kim?
In waves of excitement
Jānis Borgs, Art Critic
Mārtiņš Ratniks. Projections
18.02.–27.03.2011. Contemporary Art Centre kim?
Playing with realities and realities in play
Charlotta Nordström, Art Historian
The works of Swedish artists Anna Kleberg, Julia Peirone, Helena Blomqvist and Pernilla Zetterman
View from the cave
Elīna Dūce, Visual Arts Theorist
A conversation about art criticism in Latvia
Laboratory of opportunities
Elīna Dūce, Visual Arts Theorist
Reflections on studies and practice in art history and theory
About Leonards Laganovskis’ solo exhibition
Līva Raita, 3rd Year student Department of Art History Latvian Academy of Art
Leonards Laganovskis. Fetishists of All World, Unite!
26.01.–27.02.2011. Rīga Art Space, Intro Hall
Chimeras, unicorns and silly things
Barbara Fässler, Artist
A conversation with Irène Hug
A Woman Observing Women
Stella Pelše, Art Historian
Collection of the Latvian Contemporary Art Museum: Sarmīte Māliņa. Language. 1989-1996
Kaspars Groševs, Artist
Mattin & Matthieu Saladin. Brutalized Aesthetics
06.02.2011, HAU1, Berlin