The Rothko Centre will keep receiving visitors after 11 October

The Rothko Centre will keep receiving visitors after 11 October

Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre continues to welcome responsible visitors. However, from 11 October onwards, the admission process will be slightly adjusted – upon entering the premises, visitors will need to show a Covid-19 certificate of testing/recovery/vaccination.

Concerned for the safety of our visitors and staff, we hereby remind the public that the government-stipulated epidemiological measures to contain the spread of Covid-19 are to be followed at all times on the art centre premises. Thus, from 11 October until further notice, in keeping with government stipulations, admission to the art centre shall be contingent upon the demonstration of a valid Covid-19 certificate of testing/recovery/vaccination.

While on the art centre premises, please wear a facemask in the proper manner (fully covering nose and mouth), keep a two-metre distance from other visitors and use a credit/debit card rather than cash to pay for your ticket. Also, please postpone your visit if you experience symptoms of a respiratory infection.
Let us stay mindful of our own and other people’s physical health, and see you at the Rothko Centre, where art can raise your spirits and help build mental resilience for these trying times.

Currently on show*:
Mark Rothko’s originals’;
“Found in the collection” – the finest pieces from Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre collection;
“Martinsons Award 2021” – international juried exhibition within the 3rd Latvia Ceramics Biennale featuring artists from 38 countries;
“Behind the Longing” by Vibeke Glarbo and Hjördis Haack (Denmark);
“Tea Time” – ceramics by Skaidrīte Cihovska;
“Silva Linarte 2021” – closing exhibition of the 3rd International Painting Symposium;
“Impression Fragments” by Mikhas Tsybulsky (Belarus);
“Mark Rothko 2021” – closing exhibition of the 17th International Painting Symposium.

*18 through 28 October, visitor access shall be limited to the permanent exhibition with Mark Rothko’s originals and “Found in the Collection” – the finest pieces from the Rothko Centre collection.

Opening hours:
Monday: closed
Tuesday: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday through Saturday: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

About the organiser:
www.rothkocenter.com


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