NOBA Nordic Baltic contemporary art platform

Non Grata performance in front of New York Russian Embassy for Ukraine

Non Grata and AnarkoArtLab, New York performance at Russian consulate at 9E 91st Str., NYC. Non Grata brings body parts from Ukraine to deliver to the Russian Consulate in New York City. "Ukraine is between two fires and we bring fire extinguishers to stop this madness. Worldwide army of anarchists…
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Be part of the film: DEAR UKRAINE: Never Give Up.

Short film to be made for the support of Ukraine. The film will include people from countries around the world saying "Dear Ukraine: Never Give Up" in their native language. Countries that already are a part of movie: France, Italy, Greenland, Lithuania, Germany, Iran, Sri Lanka, Chile, Norway, Sweden, India,…
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“ART Mapping” seminar welcomes art professionals and enthusiasts in Vilnius

On 23 February NOBA welcomes art professionals, representatives of art institutions and art enthusiasts, educators and professionals in the cultural sphere in Vilnius to a one-day Art Mapping seminar to discuss the options on how to make contemporary art inclusive and accessible to a broader public on a local, national…
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Art flour ground between the ruins of a mill

For Uniarts Helsinki’s Academy of Fine Arts it is the first semester ending now that started in a new building Mylly – named after the milling company that operated there in the past. Hanna Johansson, dean of the academy, will give us an insight about the modern space that now…
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Footprints in the snow – a sculptor’s way

Or should I say – a painter’s way? Per William Petersen, who recently won the Ado Vabbe Award, has many paths to choose between. Read more about his working methods and traces he leaves behind!
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RIBOCA3: Exercises in Respect kicks off in July

The third edition of the Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art (RIBOCA3), running from 15 July – 2 October, led by Chief Curator René Block and titled Exercises in Respect, will feature 63 artists in the main exhibition located in Andrejsala. Working alongside René Block, Nico Anklam is acting as…
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The largest Nordic-Baltic art platform NOBA introduces a unique Art Map 

From January, the largest Nordic-Baltic art platform noar.eu changes its brand and website to NOBA.ac to emphasize its focus on the Nordic and Baltic region and mark its role as a multifunctional art centre. In addition, the content of the web platform evolves by introducing an Art Map – a…
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Fotografiska Talllinn starts the year with a vibrant photo exhibition by Hassan Hajjaj

Full of vibrant colours, speed, and rhythmic sway, the Moroccan roots are clearly visible in Hassan Hajjaj's work, mixed with contemporary London. The exhibition "Vogue, the Arab Issue" was created in collaboration between Fotografiska and Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris, presenting several of his unique photographic series, often…
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Once Upon Another Time… Visiting 13th Kaunas Biennial

Whether a fan of textile art exhibitions or not by this point most of us have heard about Kaunas Biennial. What started as an exhibition platform to showcase Baltic textile techniques back in 1997, today is one of the largest, longest-lasting, most significant, and most visited contemporary art festivals in…
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Kaunas calling: on its way from temporary to contemporary

In 2022 Kaunas, the second biggest city in Vilnius will be the European Capital of Culture besides Esch-sur-Alzette in Luxembourg. On its way from temporary to contemporary, Kaunas has become the city of contemporary art and welcomes art lovers to exclusive events, exhibitions, installations and performances.
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NBYAA’21 Painting Award. Gazing upon a landscape after a hurricane

Madara Kvēpa, the winner of the Young Painter Award at The Nordic & Baltic Young Artist Award (NBYAA) contest, wishes to outbid the classical understanding of painting but at the same time knows the secret ingredient of the medium – its stillness that can be compared to a landscape after…
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