NOBA Nordic Baltic contemporary art platform
READ NOW

Discover the world of painter and filmmaker Maik Kalberg

Maik Kalberg is a painter and filmmaker from Tartu. He graduated from Tartu Art Gymnasium and received higher education from the Baltic Film and Media School. As an artist, Maik aims to create positive energy in the world through his existence and his work. Currently, Maik has an exhibition at…
READ NOW
READ NOW
READ NOW
READ NOW

In the end of May Lithuanian city Panevėžys celebrated the opening of the Stasys Museum. Named after Stasys Eidrigevičius, the museum will feature the artist’s extensive works and host international collaborations.
READ NOW

Photo tour at Kuvan Kevät 2024

In May, the annual exhibition Kuvan Kevät showcased the works of students completing their master’s degrees at the Academy of Fine Arts. Students from all four subject areas—painting, sculpture, printmaking, and time and space arts — participated in the exhibition.
READ NOW

Riga Photography Biennial 2024 events in June

Riga Photography Biennial 2024 kicked off already in April, but its exhaustive programme has many gems worth discovering until mid-July. Here are some events that the organisers of the biennial recommend to visit when going to Riga!
READ NOW
READ NOW

New Punctum Gallery in Noblessner focuses on conceptual photography

The seafront quarter Noblessner invites visitors with a versatile restaurant scene, KAI art centre, PROTO invention factory, a promenade and a marina, but the area also hides a new bubbling gallery scene. NOBA had a chance to interview Marina Russakova, the founder of the new contemporary photo gallery PUNCTUM, which…
READ NOW
READ NOW

The Riga Photography Biennial 2024 focuses on identity issues

This year the Riga Photography Biennial (RFB) is taking place for the fifth time. Continuing to follow the development of image culture, the RFB invites to think about identity with a wide-ranging program of exhibitions and education in Riga and Sigulda from 18 April to 14 July.
READ NOW

Estonian artist ANISA: being an artist is a profession, not a hobby

Just a short while ago, ANISA (Aleksandra Ianchenko), had an exhibition called "Tram factor" that was part of her artistic research and a doctoral dissertation. Her research is based on her artistic practice and answers the questions of what tram atmospheres are and how they can be studied through art.…
READ NOW
READ NOW
READ NOW