Kirke Franceska

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Born on 1953 in Riga, Latvia

1978 – Art Academy of Latvia, Department of Painting

1987 – Art Academy of Latvia Masters Studio of prof. Ed. Kalnins


Solo Exhibitions:

2006 – „Private Mythology”, Riga Gallery, Riga, Latvia

2004 – Gallery "π",, Copenhagen, Denmark

2003 – „Dissappearing”, Riga Gallery, Riga, Latvia

2002 – „Museum”, Mimi Fertz gallery, New York, USA

„Museum”, State Museum of Art, Riga, Latvia

2000 – „Appropriated Images”, Mimi Fertz gallery, New York, USA

1998 – „Impossible Meetings”, Mimi Fertz gallery, New York, USA

1997 – „Restoration”, gallery Bastejs, Riga, Latvia

1995 – „In the search of the lost time”, Riga Gallery, Riga, Latvia

1988 – Dieter Hildebrandt gallery, Hamburg, Germany


Group exhibitions:

2008 – 12th International Art Fair „Art Moscow”, Central Artists House, Moscow, Russia

2007 – 11th International Art Fair „Art Moscow”, Central Artists House, Moscow, Russia

2006 – Project „The Power of the Body”, 10th International Art Fair „Art Moscow”, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia

„The power of the body”, Riga gallery, Riga, Latvia

„Museums time”, Latvian National Museum of Art, Riga, Latvia

„Diaries of Mexico”, gallery XO, Riga, Latvia

2005 – 9th International Art Fair”, Art Moscow, Central Artists House, Moscow, Russia

2004 – 8th International Art Fair „Art Moscow”, central Artists House, Moscow, Russia

„Dispute”, gallery „Maksla XO”, Riga, Latvia

2003 – „Abstractionism in Latvian Painting”, State Museum of Art Exhibition Hall Arsenals, riga, Latvia

2002 – „Latvia. Surprising Art from the 20 th Century”, Zvolle City Museum, Zvolle, the Netherlands Rauma Biennale Balticum, Rauma, Finland

2001 – „Interim time”, Art Museum Arsenals, Riga, Latvia

„Drawing”, Riga gallery, Riga, Latvia

Exhibition of Latvian Art, the Office of Günter Verhoigen, the EU Extension Commissioner, Brussels, Belgium

„Metropolis. Riga”, Riga Foundation Stock House, Riga, Latvia

2000 – „World Premiere”, Baltic Art Exhibition in USA. Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, New York, Washington, Los Angeles, Chicago, USA

1999 – „The joy of being”, State Museum of Art, Riga, Latvia

1998 – „Contemporary Latvian Art”, Newcastle, Edinburg, London, Great Britain

„Contemporary Latvian Art”, Calais, Lille, Tours, Lorianne, France

„Six Latvian Artists”, Artists House, Tel Aviv, Israel

„Opera”, the 5th Annual Soros Contemporary Center of Art – Riga Exhibition, Latvia Daile theatre, Riga, Latvia

„Melancholie”, Die Galerie der Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Bonn, Germany

1996 – „Les Journees Baltes”, UNESCO Exhibition Hal, Paris, France

Gallery Artists Group Show, Mimi Fertzt gallery, New York, USA

„Women painting women”, Mimi Fertz Gallery, New York, USA

„23 Artistas de Letonia”, Sala Millares, Madrid, Spain (organized by gallery Daugava)

„Art after the century”, within the framework of the international conference, „Art Nouveau in the Baltic”, Riga gallery, Latvia

1995 – „Monument”, the 3rd Annual SCCA – Riga Exhibition, Photography Museum of Latvia, Riga, Latvia

1994 - “Kunstnere hjolper Kunstnere – Kunst fra Riga”, Aalborg Kunstpavilion, Husets galleri, Denmark

„State”, the 2nd Annual SCCA – Riga Exhibition, Art Museum Arsenals, Riga, Latvia

„Contemporary art from Latvia”, gallery Morphy, Lymassol, Cyprus

1993 -“Peintures Lettonnes du XXeme Siecle”, Paris, Bordeaux, Strasbourg / France

1991 -“Russian and Latvian Artists”, Granovsky Gallery, San Francisco / USA
An exhibition of a group of painters, Gallery Factura, Antwerp / Belgium

1990 - The 1st World Latvian Art Exhibition, State Art Museum, Foreign Art Museum, Art Museum Arsenāls, Riga / Latvia*
“Contemporary Soviet Painting. Rosart Amorim”, Galeria Da Praca, Porto / Portugal

1989 - “Contemporary Soviet Painters from Riga’”, Ed. Nakhamkin Fine Arts Gallery, New York / USA*
9th International Drawing, Middlesborough Art Gallery, Cleveland / USA
“Mūsdienu padomju glezniecība. Rosart Amorim”, galerija Da Praca, Porto / Portugāle*

1988 - "Post-Traditionalism", Central House of Artists, Moscow / Russia*

Latvian National museum of Art, Riga / Latvia
Latvia Artists’ Union Museum, Riga / Latvia
The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey / USA
Ludwig Museum, Cologne / Germany
Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow / Russia