LIBRARIES RECEIVE GIFTS OF BOOKS DEDICATED TO ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY
The ABLV Charitable Foundation is presenting some visually stunning art publications to the Latvian National Library Foundation (LNLF).
Foundation Announces the Winners of the Grant Competition for Contemporary Art Exhibitions
Under the auspices of the 2017 grant competition for contemporary art exhibitions, ABLV Charitable Foundation will support four projects, awarding со-funding to them totalling EUR 35,750. This funding will be received by Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art‘s exhibition cycle “Participle” at the Latvian National Museum of Art; a solo show of works by Polish artist Artur Żmijewski at Pauls Stradins Museum for History of Medicine organised by Latvian Cultural Projects; MAD International Summer School of Design‘s project “Design in Contemporary Art. An Exhibition of Process at the Sigulda Castle Complex”, and “White Wanderers”, an exhibition organised by the NGO Minus Plus. For the second year in a row, co-funding has been awarded not only to the exhibitions, but also to the educational projects implemented as part of the exhibitions.
Over EUR 1 Million have been donated to the Foundation’s 10th Anniversary Charitable Campaign
A record sum of EUR 1,046,173 has been donated to the ABLV Charitable Foundation’s 10th anniversary charitable campaign, which will make it possible - at least to the same extent as last year - to help hundreds of children, and to facilitate civic improvements in Central Riga, as well as the establishment of the Latvian Museum of Contemporary Art.
The title and the idea for the Latvian Pavilion at the 57th Venice Art Biennale have been announced
Today, on 14 December, with a special performance at the Latvian National Museum of Art, artist Miķelis Fišers announced the title of the Latvian exposition “Kas slikts var notikt” (What Can Go Wrong).
Let’s Help Them to Hear!
The Foundation supports the development of children with impaired hearing, presenting them with high quality digital hearing aids and caring for the welfare of the families of these children.
Let’s Help Them to Grow Up!
The Foundation supports the participation in summer camps of children from impoverished families or those subject to social risk, as well as that of children with special needs.
Let’s Help the Victims of 21.11
ABLV Charitable Foundation is providing long-term support to the families of victims of the tragedy that occurred on 21 November 2013 in Zolitude, primarily to the children of these families.
Let's Help Sergejs' Family
Support for Contemporary Art Exhibitions
Every year, the Foundation awards financing to contemporary art exhibitions.
Support for the Formation of the LMCA Collection
The Foundation supports the establishment of the Latvian Museum of Contemporary Art, helping to form its collection and facilitating public accessibility and appreciation of contemporary art.
A reflection of the life of art and culture.
Educational Projects with Cultural Content
Everyone has the opportunity to actively engage in the creation of culture.