The sculptural artistic duo Skuja Braden are at it again! Winning an open competition with the Ministry of Culture (MoC) they will exhibit with The Latvian Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale International Art Exhibition next year.
With exhibitions world-wide and numerous accolades, the pair were recognised as highlighting Latvian contemporary arts and culture, beating out the competition and winning over the selected expert panel. The Latvian Pavilion will be created by the Latvian Center for Contemporary Art and curated by Andris Silapētere and Solvita Krese.
Running for over 125 years, the Venice Biennale of Art traditionally takes place every two years and is considered one of the most significant events in the international professional art space with 90 countries regularly attending and attracting more than 500,000 art lovers from around the world. In 2022 it will take place from 23rd April to 27th November 2022 and is curated by Cecilia Alemani, the Director and Chief Curator of High Line Art, New York.
Participation in the Venice Biennale is a huge milestone for Skuja Braden set to raise the duo’s identity to new heights. Click the link for more information about the Skuja Braden including available work: https://19karen.com.au/artists/skuja-braden/