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'Artist Crisis Center' by Ieva Kraule-Kūna and Elīna Vītola at Gallery LOW, Riga

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This October Artist Crisis Center is open in the welcoming premises of gallery LOW to provide support for the creaBve types cheated by Fortune or beaten by the hooves of Pegasus. Accompanied by a shelter for unwanted art and around-the-clock help centre, it is providing refuge and assistance for those in need, all while surrounded by a soothing atmosphere to ease agitated minds and restless souls. The gallery space is now unusually cosy as the stark whiteness of a white cube is replaced by pleasantly beige interior. Clearly distinguishable health workers are always ready to instruct visitors in use of the healing equipment or provide the guidance to arBsts at troublesome Bmes. The difficulty of placing your uncomfortable body in the pompous seRng of an exhibiBon opening has been eliminated by the convenient seating, while dimmed lighBng hides flaws of disgraced artists and embarrassing artwork as well as those found in the faces of viewers.

1.10.19 — 1.11.19

Artist Crisis Center is a duo project by arBsts Ieva Kraule-Kūna and Elīna Vītola sheltering unwanted, failed and nourishing artworks by Normunds Brasliņš, Anna Ceipe, F5, Alexei Gordin, Flo Kasearu, Darja Meļņikova, Ieva Putniņa, Krisane Kursiša, Maija Kurševa, Klāvs Upacieris, Ojārs Pētersons, Juris Pudāns, Līva Rutmane, Līga Spunde, Kristaps Zariņš, Amanda Ziemele

Gallery LOW

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'eat & becʘ̃me' by Silas Inoue at Augustiana, Augustenborg

'A Californian Plumber' by Agnieszka Szostek at Fugitif, Leipzig

'Shelter of Trust' by Klára Švandová and Ondřej Doskočil at TiK Cold Space, Riga

'The Weakest Nest Robber' by David Fesl at Karlin Studios, Prague

'Larry Farmer' by Tyler Macko at No Place, Columbus

'Unrealism' by Omsk Social Club at Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin

'Retoucher´s abilities' by Alex Selmeci and Tomáš Kocka Jusko at Berlinskej Model

'ThirstyJurisdictionsDesireOutside' by DDaS at A.D., New York

'Longue-Fâme', Off-Site Show by Lia Pradal & Camille Tallent, 42.901730, 1.346770

'Arthur Phillip puts his head down, Barangaroo 1788' by Allan Rand at CHAUFFEUR,

'Dystopian Realism', a Group Show Curated by Václav Janoščík at Cursor Gallery, P

'heute denken, morgen fertig' by Grégory Sugnaux with Camille Kaiser, Christophe

'TTOA: Native Arrangement II' by Kai (Kari) Altmann at Final Hot Desert, Rozel Po

'Hairy earthtongue, weeping toothcrust, fairy rings', a Group Show at FUTURA, Pra

'Crosspollination' by Yein Lee & Ivan Pérard at Loggia, Vienna

'Thread Art Paintings' by Sal Salandra at East Hampton Shed on Wheels

'Blue Period' by Giulia Essyad at Lokal-Int, Biel

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