A few days ago, I was lucky enough to be able to attend to the exhibition The Great Modernists: from Monet to Kandinsky at the Digital House in Riga which has been shown for the first time in the Baltics, after blowing away the audience in Paris, Berlin, Tokyo or Moscow. In total, the eye of the spectator will witness more than 5. Definitely, it is a completely different way of feeling a work of art that will transport you to another sensitive dimension. Therefore, do not lose his opportunity to experience it until 10 th August to visit this must see exhibition in Riga. Publicar un comentario. Since Latvia is celebrating their thanniversary since their independence in , right after the First World War. As a small country between European giants, they have had a tough history suffering continuous invasions and seeing how their territory became the battlefield of both World Wars. Nevertheless, the result of these socio-political swings, Riga had become a crossroads of cultures and a key point of northern Europe. Nowadays, as part of the European Union, this country is experiencing a new rebirth celebrating their freedom and its desire for modernity. It is made from almost 1.
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Buy tickets. The Great Modernists. The multimedia exhibition unites the masterpieces of 14 the most famous representatives of modernism, - collection of artistic movements XIX-XX centuries. The unique composition of the animated paintings with the accompaniment of surrounding music creates a wonderful atmosphere immersing the viewers into the world created by the genius minds. More about the exhibition. The multimedia show Great Modernists takes the viewer on a journey into the art world of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, when culture and society experienced extraordinary global events. At that time, these great artists managed to discover an inexhaustible source of meaning where the "tradition" saw only chaos and stupidity.