Andra Silapētere

Andra Silapētere, portrait.
Andra Silapētere, portrait.

Andra Silapētere is a curator and researcher at the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art (LCCA). Her field of research and interest includes the topics of exile and migration in art, and aspects of identity and belonging. She was a co-curator of the research and exhibition project “Portable Landscapes“, which examined the art and life of the Latvian exile and migrant communities throughout the 20th century, with exhibitions at Latvian National Art Museum, Riga (2018), “District“, Berlin (2019), James Gallery at CUNY, New York (2019) and an upcoming publication (K. Verlag, 2022). Other selected exhibitions include: “I Remember, Therefore I Am. Not Yet Written stories: Woman Artist Archives” (2020) and “Unexpected Encounters” (2019), both at the Latvian National Museum of Art; “Unexpected Encounters” at Den Frie (2019), Copenhagen; “Twofold. Kaspars Groševs and Jānis Borgs” at the Latvian National Museum of Art (2017); and “Lost in the Archive” at the Riga Art Space in Riga (2016).

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